Courtyard By Marriott Fishkill
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Left today just before 9 so not to drive in morning rush hour traffic. We are off to Fishkill, New York today. We need to stock up on groceries and we will get in later today (big drive day) and it is going to be cooler so we will not need the air conditioner, so we will stay in the Walmart Parking lot tonight. Boondocking! That's my idea of roughing it! Big underground tunnel in Baltimore. Toll roads on I 95. They are direct and quick but it costs you. $8, $24 so far and ...
... Carol, Jeannie and Otto but it may have been somewhere else.
We got to our Fishkill hotel just about when it was getting dark. It was also pretty cold as we (or I) had to make multiple trips to the car. We were very pleasantly surprised by the spacious "suite" with kitchenette - where we could nourish ourselves on leftovers from our dinner at Kara and John's. Thank you, John, for all the food!
... and he cut my hair without using a pair of scissors at all. Just Clippers. I am sure there is another lesson here, but I have not worked it out.
So back to the hotel, stopping off at a supermarket that makes Australian supermarkets look like corner stores. Probably a lesson there for Richard Goyder.
After lunch I drove into Tarrytown Village. A very picturesque village located on the Hudson River. I did not see any of Tarrytown. Instead, opposite the ...
... and watch people drive on the wrong side of the road. The Tappan Zee Bridge crosses the river from Tarrytown to Rockman County. When standing near the bridge you can see all the way down the river to Manhattan. We then walked into to the Town centre and had an early dinner at a Greek restaurant. The Lefteris Gyro - good food and huge serves!
The town is really lovely and very American!
Back for a cup of tea ...
Biggest news of the day: I got my first traditional bubble blister! All the previous ones have been already rubbed raw by the time I saw them. This one is puffed out in all it's juicy glory... Waiting to be popped. I'm going to attempt just leaving it fester rather than pop it and risk infection (everyone seems to get infected that pops their blisters, as conditions are not very sanitary here!)
Also in a side note I passed mile marker ...