Hilton Garden Inn Newburgh/Stewart Airport
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... structures which resulted in her being nicknamed the Spiderwoman. Her largest spider sculpture titled Maman stands at over 30 feet (9.1 m) and has been installed in numerous locations around the world. She became recognized as the founder of confessional art. After this visit, we went to visit Beacon, Very charming city with glass and art shops. On our way back we stopped to have a dinner at Biddie O'Malley. Good food (Roasted chicken and ...
... and the site of the Hesdra house further up Main. We both loved Nyack- good sized beautiful town with interesting history where you could still find quiet a few blocks away from the city center. We were happy to took a day off to go exploring. The next night the water was calm and I was able to take some pictures of the Supermoon/blood moon/lunar eclipse. We were lucky to have a clear sky. We had a good night's rest for our trip into ...
... before you go see the movie, you read this review. The short version is that there was no plot, no character development, perplexing love story, and way too much violence and destruction. Joss Whedon (of whom we are normally fans, thanks to Firefly and his version of Much Ado About Nothing), at not his very best. Or even his very satisfactory.
Tomorrow we head home and it's back to work on Tuesday!
... just as the sun was setting we took Dobby to another one of Charlie's favourite places, a nature reserve popular on a Friday afternoon. We walked up a small mountain intertwining through lakes to the top. Right at the top on a rocky plinth sticking out from the forest we saw the skyline of Manhattan. Slightly misty, was clearly ...
... my father who first brought our family to Italy when I was in 8th grade. That trip changed my life and the trajectory of where my life would go. I never could have imagined that an opportunity would arise for me to spend time in Asia like this!
Life is truly a journey and I am so lucky to have met the man of my dreams who teaches me that anything and everything is possible, and without him, I would never have the courage to do something like this! I ...