Holiday Inn Middletown
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... discomfort is short lived, ha! Ha! Another item, the famous blood-stained flag that cushioned President Lincoln's head moments after his death is a cherished possession of the local historical society. Of the 655 buildings in the town, 400 have been officially declared "historically significant".
It has become a place for weekenders and second-house owners who wanted a safe haven from New York City. After 9/11 ...
... during its life. It is quiet. Our room opens to a garden, now covered with snow as are the Adirondack chairs on our balcony. We enjoyed our welcome treats, can't beat wine and chocolate.
Dinner was incredibly delicious. The place came alive. It is Friday night and regulars meet to exchange stories of their week in the City. Sean, the remaining owner moves around the room in his LLBean vest shaking hands and listening to everyone's travel stories before sitting down ...
... height: 17.9200000762939px;">Arrived back at 71 Cherry Lane at midnight. In a rush against time, using German efficiency we sunk a couple Cool's tinnies, unpacked our backpacks dumping all the dirty clothes straight into the German washing machine (for some reason all the washing programmes are in German). Cooked up a tasty burger on the barbecue. Stayed up till the early hours repacking our bags ready for our flight ...
... Many of the suburbs are split by race and religion we walked through a strong Orthodox Jew community followed by African-American. Stopped by at a baseball pitch where boys no older than 12 were playing a competitive game. We spectated for the last couple of balls, cheering the Giants to victory. A strange couple of guys also cheering, were carrying a snake between them, as you do. Eventually arrived in DUMBO, next to Brooklyn Heights, at a bar overlooking the ...
... will both just look up at the moon and know that we are looking at the same moon- and instantly we will be together" -although I probably won't be able to see the moon through all the pollution ;)
While I will be living in Beijing, China, I will also be visiting other parts of Asia and I hope that you will join me as I write about my travels and upload pictures of the people, places and cultures that I come to know.
Let the journey begin.....namaste