Hampton Inn Clifton Park
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... we were even able to help the team make John Cabot University Athletics history. Unfortunately, the season doesn't end completely until the Spring, so we will sadly not be able to participate in playoffs.
In my semester at John Cabot University, I was able to expand my knowledge by taking my sixth year of Spanish, by taking my first ever art class (Renaissance Art is the most excruciatingly boring topic and I recommend it to nobody), by taking yet another interesting semester ...
... and a basic menu offered a simple lunch option.
Back on to the I90 and onwards to Albany, then Troy. The first signs of Fall were evident, tree leaves offering a variety of leaf shades, from green to orange to red to yellow and all sorts in between. It was another Super 8 in Latham, just outside Albany, and from here we visited our first shopping mall, the Colonie Center, to stock up on basic groceries for ...
... independent, not-for-profit organisation it was set up by Lyn Howard, MD, and her patient Clarence “Oley” Oldenburg, the Oley Foundation helps people dependent upon feeding by tube or by IV. They organise newsletters, conferences and networking for patients. In the morning I did a bit of voluntary work helping to pack info leaflets into packs to be handed out by RDs. In the afternoon we had a meeting ...
... a little chilly as they had the air conditioner set so cold). About 2.5 hrs later we were in Albany the capital of New York State. Here they have some gorgeous old buildings as well, the architecture is amazing.
From here we were going to hire a car but as we were both exhausted and not that confident in driving we caught the local bus to Niskayuna, about half an hour and then a taxi to Cath's place. A lot ...
... and skated on in the winter have been filled in. Wealthy folks from places like New Jersey and Conneticuit have moved into these houses that tower in comparison to my childhood home which was build in the 1950's. There is now a restaurant/bar in Jericho. Its not the relaxed, vermonter type of place that you can go buy a $5 burger and a beer. No. It caters to those upper middle class folk that can spend $20 on a meal with a few $7 beers and a generous tip. New fancy ...