HYATT house Fishkill/Poughkeepsie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... used to be the Christian Brothers Winery and in San Antonio. The original campus in Hyde Park currently has three restaurants open to the public, restaurants whose lunch menus I studied closely online before deciding where to make a reservation. The themes of the four are American, Italian, French, and a world-fusion themed one named Gaia. I chose Bocuse, the French restaurant named after Paul Bocuse, the famous chef and restauranteur from Lyons.
... building is very charming, if a bit faded.
The concert was fantastic. The set list as I remember was
Stop Crying About the Rain
Nothing’s Gonna Pull us Apart
Snake Oil Capital of The World
Get Started Start a Fire
Watch the Moon Come Down
Live in the Shadows
A Lie Gets halfway 'Round the World
I’ll Never Play Jacksonville ...
... 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. ...
... and watch people drive on the wrong side of the road. The Tappan Zee Bridge crosses the river from Tarrytown to Rockman County. When standing near the bridge you can see all the way down the river to Manhattan. We then walked into to the Town centre and had an early dinner at a Greek restaurant. The Lefteris Gyro - good food and huge serves!
The town is really lovely and very American!
Back for a cup of tea ...
... early afternoon & were soon settled in our room, lounging on the big bed, in the warmth, watching TV and using the free internet. Luxury!
Once the polls had closed we watched the election coverage, from the time when it was too close to call, to when Obama stormed ahead, to when he was proclaimed the President Elect, until finally some time after midnight he delivered his victory speech to a crowd of hundreds ...