Days Inn Airport & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... is one of many small New England colleges to also have a notable art museum with a significant permanent collection, as opposed to a great many college art museums which are mostly gallery space for changing exhibitions. The museum was one of my reasons for visiting the campus. I don’t have many pictures, though. I got told off for taking some, not realizing it was against the ...
Bennington, Vermont is technically in the Green Mountains rather than the Berkshires but fit in well with my visit to the area. Bennington is another one of those quintessential small New England towns with white churches, quaint houses, and covered bridges in the area. One of the main attractions for me was the Bennington Museum, a small museum focusing on Vermont's artistic and cultural heritage with paintings by such locals as Grandma Moses and Rockwell Kent, regional furniture and ...
... battlefield area, the historic park includes two additional sites I stopped at – the Schuyler House, home of American Revolutionary War General Philip Schuyler, and the Saratoga Monument which commemorates the American victory in the ...
... buildings such as its City Hall, post office, and the buildings that now house State University of New York’s administration offices. There are still many streets lined with handsome brownstone row houses, some in neighborhoods that are well-kept and yuppie-looking, others in neighborhoods that have fallen on hard times. Unfortunately, since I was in town on a Monday I missed out on the Albany Institute of Art and History which will have to wait for another ...