Courtyard by Marriott Tarrytown Greenburgh
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Just off main arteries. !/2 hour from NYC. Well maintained and clean. Usual Courtyard amenities.
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This next leg of our travels was to partake in another grand event of Autumn...Halloween! What better place to do this than in Sleepy Hollow, New York.
You're probably wondering what is so Halloweeny about Sleepy Hollow other than the name, right?
Well, this town was actually known as North Tarrytown until the …
... foundation (a small one, hence I cannot remember the name!) with her husband. As far as events go, today has been rather uneventful, but after the week that I have had, I am glad of a little respite and a little less excitement! Tonight I shall Skype Greg. I have been trying to find a time since before I left England, but postpone and postpone I did because of work, ...
... over to the station, but it was quite dark!). The opposite side of the river was lined with multi-coloured trees - you can't beat Irvington / New York / any place when the leaves are changing colour and dancing in the breeze.
Then the train arrived. It was a very pleasant journey - all four minutes of it! The metro-north line runs parallel with the Hudson, very close to the waters edge. As long as we don't have prolonged rain of any sort (or snow for that matter), then ...
After staying the night in Fishkill near I-84, we drove the relatively short way down to Tarrytown where we planned to visit Sunnyside and Lyndhurst which were not open when we passed through on the way up the Hudson to Albany from New York City.
The Sunnyside visit was a bit disappointing to me because it seemed so short. Although Washington Irving seemed to live well in the home he set up for his ...
... floor (381m above ground level). Our New York pass gave us entry to the 86th floor observation deck. Once we had gone through the mandatory security screening we stopped at level 2 to collect our tickets to the New York Skyride which we would do on the way out. The view from the observation deck was amazing. After taking a few photos we went back down to do the Skyride. This is an aerial tour of the city from specially equipped, motion simulated big screen theatre seats. Next ...