Hampton Inn Suites Poughkeepsie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Hot tub
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I must give more information about that tuna salad sandwich. The flat bread is one of those really soft, slightly sweet pizza bases with a puffy crust. Not some dry Pizza Hut base. And the only shops in the Main Street of the city were hairdressers for black women, a Bail/Bond place (just like on TV) and convenience stores. Bizarre. Enough with …
So we did get up at 4.45am & Ducko dropped us at the train for a 6.30am departure to Montreal. We googled the Melbourne Cup & heard the terrible news about Admire Rakti. Next train left at 9.30am for Albany. Really comfortable, ************e on it, spent the day writing my previous entry. Scenery once we crossed the border was very …
... bigger a la carte portions others have ordered. Oh well, nothing wrong with a first truly gourmet splurge at the age of 47.
I couldn’t help but overhear a very pretentious middle-aged man who appeared to be entertaining and trying to impress the two more reserved people he was dining with at the next table. He asked his waitress what was the French to English translation of the name of the restaurant Bocuse. I tried not to snicker, but sometimes I ...
... this semester. We all went our separate ways (for the time being) and I still chatted with some of the friends at the hotel who weren't able to make it. After visiting Marist, mom and I made the most of our detour by stopping at Five Guys for lunch. Then, we stopped at the bank and got back on the road all the way to the City. At that point in time, it seemed we had beat the ...
... York. She was fun to talk to. At one point we also picked up a husband and wife team what were part of a group called Train Trails ( if I remember correctly). They got on to tell us about what we were seeing and about the history of the area! I think it is part of the National Park Service.