Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites West Coxsackie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... four months with friends, jobs, and fun at my school's television station are things I know I will be thinking about often. I hope this blog also helps me be able to keep friends and family updated on the fun things going on in my life, and then actually get to tell everyone in person when I return home in January.
The next time I'll be posting will probably be once I arrive in Madrid.
...Así que, por ahora, hasta luego!
... 50 years. Guess how old they are now? Yep... 50! Jim’s rant, but worth the time to make a very important point.
Timber rattlesnakes and a Karma Triyana Dharmachakra Buddhist temple anyone? So, we begin our second day with a planned hike on Overlook Mountain in Woodstock. Hikes have ratings that range from easy to difficult. Other official ratings include: elevation, attractions, dangers, and risky animals: This hike: Timber rattlesnakes: ...
Elizaville is a tiny town in the centre of the Hudson Valley.
A beautiful valley which the mighty Hudson River runs. Seems a great growing area for produce. Apple and stone fruit orchards but varying standards with tidy intensely planted orchards to run down ones, with wide plantings and old dying trees. Most on hill sides as land not flat in region.
The Hudson Valley ...
We finished our last locks of the trip! Yahoo!
We stayed at the Troy public docks and walked the city area. It was hopping with many people beginning their weekend celebrations and lots of outdoor restaurants were full of diners enjoying the warm summer night.
... Champlain. We parked up unbeknownst to us at a YMCA camp. The walk was beautiful as we trekked along the rocky shoreline of the lake, with the calm waters and green hills of New York State as the perfect backdrop. We didn't see much wildlife, only hundreds of dragonflies and ants the size of wasps. Afterwards we hit the road for the long drive down through Vermont, New York State and Massachusetts towards our hotel at Great Barrington. The road was ...