Hilton Garden Inn Newburgh/Stewart Airport
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... for $200,000 unsuccessfully and later sold it for $1.00 to the National Parks!
In the afternoon we drove to the historic town, Saugerties and walked to the beautiful lighthouse. Lunch on a balcony over the falls and then home again to relax and recharge for the next ...
We woke up to yet another beautiful day. We drove to Hyde Park and toured President Franklin Delano Roosevelts home and library. What an amazing man! Firstly, he is the only four term president and secondly, he was paralysed from the waist down for his entire presidency, as he contracted polio at the age of 39. His car was modified for hand controls and he greetd people in his study sitting or in his ver heavy leg irons leaning on a staff member. ...
... to Cole's work. I didn't really care for any of that. We forebore to go across the river to Frederick Church's home, Olana, where a similar exhibition is on display (no doubt for a similar entry fee!). Church, by the way, was Cole's protege.
Instead, we asked the lady at the fee desk for a lunch recommendation, and she sent us to a very nice spot down on the river. Her description ...
... leaving the mall, we hit the cheese cake factory- the cheese haven I have been hearing about. Payal and me, who have been sharing some funny incidents throughout the 3 hrs, got to choose our options, but smartly we played the - "is this nice?" game. The shopping experience was fabulous and I enjoyed it thoroughly. NYC does start with fashion. The mall had pretty girls all around. Just wished, could make friendship with one of ...
... the bankers. Reached the station where we dropped them off last and luckily mine was still there just not clicked in properly. Ended up costing me an extra $17. Rented out some new bikes and rode them down to Battery Park, southern most tip of Manhattan where we saw the Statue of Liberty. Rode back up on the Eastern side to Central Park. Walked round Central Park seems to be where most of New Yorks's crazies hang out. Saw the bubble ...