Days Inn Poughkeepsie
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... pictures, testimonials that take you right back to that horrible day in our history. We spent 4+ hours in the museum and could have stayed longer is we had more time. A pear tree (Emma's Tree)became known as the "Survivor Tree" has been placed beside the pools. In October 2001, the tree was discovered at Ground Zero severely damaged, with snapped roots and burned and broken branches. The tree was removed from the rubble and placed in the care of the New York ...
While we were talking at the Maple stand, the guy next to us said immediately, "Are you from New Zealand?". Which was unusual as 99% of the people ask Australia or England.
He takes us over to his wife who is from Napier! Finally found a New Zealander here.
... are careful to keep the original look. After the tour, Kara and I took a walk around the lake on one of the trails with gazebos everywhere. We could see the Skytop Tower and could not recall what else was up there. Our docent told us to check out the skating rink but we never made it there.
“Art in the Garden” Mohonk Garden Tour and Breakfast at Mountain House in August
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... a groundhog. Unfortunately, there were also a lot of dead animals.
We found a Ramada Inn just off the interstate at Poughkeepsie. Tomorrow, we plan to do I 84 to Scranton which was actually today's final destination. Then we turn south on I 81 to Winchester. If we make good time, we will escape from the highway to try our luck on the back roads again.
5 am wake-up so I am off to bed now.
... of 20th century American history we know started here when the young Franklin, an only child who would be given every privilege afforded by established wealth and rare pedigree, became a hated figure to many of his peers and labeled as a "socialist"? Could the answer lie partly in another bedroom a few steps down the hall where Franklin convalesced from polio during his 40's only a short time after rising to early success as a Assistant Navy Secretary and Vice Presidential ...