Extended Stay America - Fishkill - Route 9
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... MIT, and pretend I am intelligent enough to attend those institutions for half a day. Then I will head over to the apartment where I am staying, before maybe having a walk along the waterfront / a wander around the financial district which is where I am staying. Oh there's a surprise, "Attention at Irvington! The 9.05 train to Croton-Harman is operating approximately 5 minutes late"...who'd have ...
... 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, ...
... was a soccerball between his legs ans ate non-stop a kilo bag of Nobbys Nuts all the way to Hong Kong. When I dis-embarked, the girlfriend said thank you to me....
Flight to NYC was long and unenventful. Spare seat next to me made cattle class more comfortable than usual. Actually Cathay Pacific cattle class is very good, good well sprung seat and big touchscreen entertainment system. You just need to like pork though.
... pool and during swimming lessons We've got a pretty good gang at the HV pools; Ally (Aust.), Liana (Aust.), Max (London), Laura (England) and Jojo (NYC). We all managed to survive lifeguard-training week together which meant that we got to know each other pretty well. Not to mention most of us being from England or Aust.
First Encampment -
After weeks of training, finally the kids arrived! The first day of any ...
... climbed a mtn with their 2 yr old son Eric. Amazing feat... Looks like a future hiker already!
After the last couple of days being super difficult, the terrain today was great. Easy walking, except where the rain had made things slippery. One great view of the beach area from 700 ft up. The laughter and voices drifting up made me want to go down for a swim!!
The shelter tonight is cinder block and drywalled...odd but not unwelcomed. In ...