Howard Johnson Inn - Newburgh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... appeared to be an old prison sitting in the middle of the river on a small island. Very interesting indeed.
This is what we saw when we rounded the bend in the river and recognized the buildings as "West Point". The "BEAT AIRFORCE" on the roof of the building ...
Well we started early to hit chocolate town and after much confusion we found the Hershey Chocolate World! Omg!!! Not only is there a choc factory but the biggest amusement park with about 5 different roller coasters!!!!!! After doing the proverbial choc tour on little carts a bit like 'Its a Small World After all ' ala Disneyland... We had a sample taste and then hit the shop!!!! Holy cow I feel Willy Wonka aint ...
... us into the dock ********e power boat gave a huge wake, and the tiny speed boat docked behind us was literally being slammed over and on top of the dock. A couple of guys who happened to be walking by rushed to push it away. That is the craziest wake I have ever seen while in a marina.
We ate at one of the smaller places on the water, a little Italian place with ...
... and I can only hope that one day I will be able to give you back everything that you have given me. I hope that one day I can send the two of you off to Paris, Greece and Spain so that you can experience that things that I did while was there. You cant even imagine how many times I wished that you two were standing next to me, seeing the things that I was. I love you so much and I am SO grateful to have you in my life!
I got my second taste of the West Point area the day before R-Day when we made our way down from Albany and checked out Highland Falls briefly before meeting up with Uncle Eric and Grandma and Granddad in Newburgh for dinner and stayed in a hotel with them before the real adventure got ...