Howard Johnson Inn - Saugerties
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... was in order. Big day. Woke to a fine but cooler morning. Sightseeing on the agenda today. Our first stop was FDR's house at Hyde Park. We saw a short film & then took a tour of the house. Really interesting & now have to go home & read up on him. Sounds like an American Gough Whitlam & the whole Polio/never being seen in a wheelchair thing is so unbelievable. The estate is right on the Hudson River & the wind today was freezing. Back ...
... decided to have lunch in Poughkeepsie. I asked google maps to take us to Poughkeepsie & we ended up in a quiet street near "Main Street". We parked the car & went in search of food. On reaching Main Street we quickly noticed a couple of issues: only 1 in 6 shops were open, there were signs saying 'No Loitering' & most significantly, we were the only white people. There weren't many people on the street but the people that were there were watching us so we didn't think ...
... honest and say that one of the things that has become more and more evident along this trip is that I have struggled with the idea of trusting the gear enough to climb on and not fear falling. I also have harbored a fear for traversing on rock because I do not like the idea of falling and swinging. And now that we were doing many multi-pitch climbs more frequently, thus placing us higher up in the air, the fear of falling on gear was always present in my mind.
... I am trying to remember where we saw the other servants quarters - could it have been the Gould house? There seems to be more recognition of the role the servants played in the historical sites. We were to hear and see how the Irish servant women lived in several different houses on our tour of New York.
After our tour of Lindenwald, Martin Van Buren's home, we continued south to Olana, the home of Frederic Church of the Hudson River School of painters. It was rather cold and blustery so we sought refuge in the museum/office where I ran into Adrienne and Sharon of the Red Rock Circle. Vesna had tentatively ...