Doubletree by Hilton Tarrytown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDoubletree by Hilton Tarrytown
A good hotel location to stay the night and catch the train to a Yankees game. Rooms could use a little updating and the beds weren't the most comfortable. Overall good rate and location. They do offer a shuttle service to the train station.
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... and less talkative people. But back to our good old coffee / tea and cookies before research when Danielle is about! We were talking about how we would quite happily live at the archives hear, and were wondering if they would let us house sit. Or just live here forever...
Now I am definitely ready for home, but I will miss this place and all the lovely friendly people. It's been quite an adventure! Hoping that they snow won't prevent ...
... most, then I would give prizes...but sadly I only know how many visitors, and not who. So I can't. Perhaps I should get myself a prize on your behalf? Now this sounds like a plan. Anyway, will attach panda glove picture shortly and maybe a few more RAC sunsets. I have just realised I haven't actually told you about my plans for the weekend. Perhaps I will write two blogs today? Oh what a treat for you all!! xx ...
HI HANNAH! It's Jojo here. All the way across the big Atlantic Ocean in America. You are 3 today! Growing up so quickly. I hope you had a great day and got lots of exciting presents! Peppa Pig wants to say Happy Birthday too. Now I'm going to send you a BIG hug all the way from America, do you think you can catch it? I'll send two just ...
... s and Sam's of this world.
I sat down last night for my cheesy pasta (Monterey Jack, yum yum yum yum YUM!) and chatted to Kerstin, and then to Robin, her daughter Flynn, and Julia. Flynn is writing a novel set in England at the moment (very cool), so what better than a nice English girl to have a chat with! Ok, ok, you can take out the 'nice' if you really must...! I was also showing them where I lived in Taunton (Mattocks Green and Henlade) - don't you just love ...
... in you for another couple of nights.
We had a day and a half to ourselves so we decided to clean ourselves up a bit. This meant a haircut. After months of dedicated grooming and sun bleaching, the golden locks were shed leaving me eligible to join the army.