Comfort Suites Clifton Park
- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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I know that I have not blogged in quite a while -- to my defense, all of my pictures were on a camera that I had no software to upload with in Italy -- but I thought it necessary to give one last post, so excuse the excessive amount of cliches you are about to read.
My time abroad was one I will forever be grateful for. I was fortunate enough to share it entirely with my best friend. On top of that, I am privileged to have spent a week with my mother in both Greece and Italy and am ...
... and a basic menu offered a simple lunch option.
Back on to the I90 and onwards to Albany, then Troy. The first signs of Fall were evident, tree leaves offering a variety of leaf shades, from green to orange to red to yellow and all sorts in between. It was another Super 8 in Latham, just outside Albany, and from here we visited our first shopping mall, the Colonie Center, to stock up on basic groceries for ...
Yesterday I hired a car in Boston and drove for 3 hours to Albany in up state New York. Very strange at first driving an automatic, my left leg kept instinctively moving. Me and the car made it in one piece though. The trees are just starting to turn too so it's was a very pretty drive. I'm staying with Roslyn Dahl who is the Communications & Development Director of The Oley Foundation. The Oley Foundation is ...
... Highway is 3 lanes each way and the drive in was very quick. As usual the signage is good and makes it relatively easy to navigate without Tom if we are just looking.
The clouds had cleared from breakfast and it was a beautiful day, not cold, very pleasant. Walked around the city for a short time taking in part of a walking tour. There are some lovely old buildings, some not so nice looking ones and some big new buildings.
Drove north to the canal system ...
... If it had been in the country and had more land with it, I would have definitely considered it. But the house was in a neighborhood in what is now being called "fringe rural". That means that Burlington has sprawled to the point where Jericho will soon become a suburb of the Queen City. To give you some perspective, they are about 20 miles from one another. Jericho has grown itself. Fields I once camped in are now lined with mcmansions. Frog ponds I once caught ...