Extended Stay America - Somerset - Franklin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for up state New York at Grand Central and made our way to Poughkeepsie. While in Poughkeepsie we visited the Culinary Institute, toured West Point, and walked the Hudson Walkway. Thankfully, the weather was beautiful and humidity levels very manageable (especially after Thailand).
Over the weekend we reunited with the remaining family members and started the wedding celebration in Ancramdale, NY. The weekend of celebrations went quickly. Monday found us heading back ...
Well I can't wait to come back... New York is an amazing city... And again I have thoroughly enjoyed it... We went and saw Finding Neverland on Thursday night... It opened on Wednesday night, start Kelsey grammar ( Frasier) and Matthew Morrison (Glee) and is the story of how Peter became Pan... A fabulous show... Yesterday was a bit of shopping, at Macy's... ...
... Matisse cut-outs exhibition which closes next week. It was a magnificent exhibition!! MoNA has managed somehow to assemble a huge amount of related material from quite diverse sources - Pompidou Centre, galleries in Japan and Germany, private collections from around the world, and of course material they hold too. I also revisited the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian downtown in the Financial District, housed in the old Customs House. The superb current exhibitions ...
... were doing it with respect for their iconic home, themselves and all the others others around them. The NYPD were out in their thousands, and despite being incredibly armed up, they were only needed to take photos or feature in them for the people passing by. So, a New Year was welcomed in with typical Big Apple style, and Bon and I were just fortunate enough "to be a part of it - New York, New York". It was indeed "the city that never sleeps" and we were just so glad to be ...
... for and knows off rhe So I go up to The Met which is on the East Side of Central Park...so another little jaunt through the park. I doubt my feet and knee while ever recover from my endless walks...everything hurts. I don't think I could physically do any more traveling my body seems to be giving up. So the Met is $25 so I reckon I'll settle for the gift shop. Then I see a little doorway at the back of the gift shop, I ...