HYATT house Fishkill/Poughkeepsie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Today we drove to the Vanderbilt mansion in Hyde park. This mansion was one of their smallest, a weekender really, although costing $2.25 miliion in the 1800s!. It was stunning. As they had no children, when they passed away the mansion was given to their niece. She tried to ...
... miles away, so away we go. Finally arrive but can't see Them. I text again she says they are in the parking lot next to SAMs Club. HUH. What SAMs Club. It turns out we were at 2 different Walmarts 9 miles apart. We had only been a block from them the first time. Back we go and we even had to go through our last toll AGAIN. IT ALL WORKED OUT IN THE END. I entered the address as 26W Merritt and Fay entered it 26 W Merritt which was correct. Go ...
... the only ones walking around, except for some really cute ginger chipmunks. We got to the original part of the cemetary, the Old Dutch Burying Ground and Church, and were having a look around, when I was beckoned over by an old bearded man with an oxygen tank on a ride on lawnmower. I thought I was in trouble when he asked me what we were doing, but when he twigged that we were British, he proceeded to give us a personal guided tour of the place. He told ...
... 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. ...
... State, all the way down to East Brunswick in New Jersey, we didn’t see a single queue, not even a tiny one. We even stopped off in one town to use the internet at the library to book ourselves a motel room, and the library was the polling station, but still there was so little activity that if you didn’t see the sign, you wouldn’t even know that it was a polling station.
And so we arrived at ...