Fairfield Inn Albany East Greenbush
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I have never used a bus pass like these so I will keep you posted how they work out.
... Imaginative renovation includes long verandas and bold inside/outside spaces. The interiors mix striking, colorful style with homage to the generations of mill workers’ families who lived here. The inn and its amenities…breakfast, the pool and more, are outlined a few clicks away...along with the rich attractions of this unique region. Dare to come...to Porches, to North Adams, to the Berkshires. You may never be the same!
... to lock 2 on the Erie canal system. We had been to lock 35 when we were at Lockport several weeks ago. Back to the hotel buying some bread at Hannafords on the way home.
Made lunch in our room and had our very nice muffins for afters. Then Wes had a rest while I went to the exercise room. For the first time on our trip inclination and equipment came together. I enjoyed my 2.5 mile fast walk on the treadmill followed by my own workout with minimal equipment. Resorted ...
... had his breakfast of toast with his own peanut butter and I had yoghurt.
Was raining slightly when we set off. Bought our lunch supplies from across the road at Big Y which must be a big chain as it had it's own home brands.
Headed west again on the Mohawk Trail towards North Adams. Stopped at Shelburne falls where we walked across a bridge which has been turned into a garden. It has been that way for many years and the wisteria are huge. Saw some glacial pot ...
... of which Rockwell’s illustration so remind me.
I became aware of Norman Rockwell in 1989 on a fall leaf-peeping trip to Vermont with my parents when we stopped at a Norman Rockwell museum outside Rutland. I was a very small museum of his illustrations and not the official one, but I was quite fascinated by it. Only in recent years did I become aware there is a much larger museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts on the grounds of Rockwell’s ...