Fairfield Inn Albany East Greenbush
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFairfield Inn Albany East Greenbush
We very much enjoyed our stay. The room was large, there was a mini-frig and microwave, and the bed comfortable. We were surprised by the variety and quality of the food at the included breakfast. A plus was that there were two restaurants located right next to the hotel.
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Travel Blogs from East Greenbush
We stayed up late last night sitting by the window of our hotel room and watching Niagara Falls lit in multiple and changing colors. It is mesmerizing to watch the water, the mist and the lights. Even this morning, in the rain, the view was just amazing. But we had to get on our way.
We left the hotel fairly early -- about 8:30 AM -- and …
... pretty comfortable (I'll provide photo proof later.)
Today I have to get new windshield wipers and a Penti card. Hopefully get some good gas rewards on this trip! (You know you're getting old when you're excited for GAS rewards...)
This trip includes many stops with lots of friends and family, so stay tuned!!
The fun begins promptly at 6 am.
"The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page." - St. Augustine
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The fog had burnt off this morning when we got up & going. Headed off with no final destination, but just to put in a decent days drive to make some distance across Maine, New Hamshire, Massachusetts & New York states. We stuck to the turnpike all the way, all toll roads. Had to stop at each one & pay the toll at the start, or at the end, with a total tolls of $13. Most of the way ...
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