HYATT house Fishkill/Poughkeepsie
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- Swimming pool
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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, ...
The last day was a tough one. The temp hit 98. We had our first flat tires of the entire trip and we had three of them. We think the heat was a factor.
We left the campsite early (if you can believe that) and biked to Poughkeepsie for a snack. The shoulder then became a challenge. Bumpy, rough and narrow all the way alongside the Hudson River valley. Our first flat of the trip a few ...
... The trombone concert by the Julliard trombone choir and the WP trombone ensemble was delightful. The gothic buildings at WP of course reminded us of our alma mater Duke. After a nice dinner we said goodby to Emily and crossed the Bear Mountain bridge and drove up the east side of the Hudson River through beautiful old estates on the river. ...
... Central and then the subway as close as we could to the Guggenheim Art museum which is Frank Lloyd Wright's somewhat corkscrew-shaped building design. It is such a cool building, in itself, let alone museum. It is a ramp that winds down (or up) with rotating modern art collections and a couple of permanent galleries, which are the homes of several impressionist pre-WWI paintings. We got to see Picasso, Van Gogh, Monet, Manet, Rousseau and many more. It was so crazy how busy it was. ...