Montgomery Daystop

Address: 125 Neelytown Road, Montgomery, New York, 12549, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 125 Neelytown Road, Montgomery.
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Day 17

A travel blog entry by fayjdurocher on May 13, 2015

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... Jim and Clarence clearly maneuvered our rigs out of very narrow streets and circumstances! What troopers. Thank goodness for cell phones we stayed in touch with each other and at the very least provided each other emotional support during our short but eventful experiences. And if that wasn't enough! We ended up at two different Walmart parking lots 9 miles apart from each other. Gail and I learned the importance of putting the W in the right spot of the address. Anyway ...

Cafe de Sol

A travel blog entry by akshaytrenzy on Nov 14, 2014

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... way confident that I would finish it- had no breakfast. Sat across the window gazing at the passerby, crossing the roads on the 37th street. Some of them were content, some running, some relaxed. Amongst all there was this one man who stood out, he danced all his way, until I could see him till the end. He seemed the happiest. By the time I completed the bowl, I was as full of food as this man was of ...

Back to Ramsey

A travel blog entry by edddadams on Jul 11, 2014

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Persuaded Misty to take us waterskiing for the final time. This morning there was no wind what so ever, the lake was like glass. Best waterskiing ever, glided across the sheet water. Left Misty's house at midday, wishing that we could of stayed another week. One of the most relaxing places on the planet. A big drive back to Ramsey 7 hour drive covering 400 miles. Stopped off at Kingston for a bite to eat, a small university town. Also stopped off by the 1000 ...

Firstie Year

A travel blog entry by sethfield on Aug 11, 2013

Firstie year was easily the best year we had at West Point. Because we now had cars on campus we did something off-post almost every weekend and took pass significantly more often than in previous years. The Firstie Club was a common hangout for us as well, and this year Jim and I also roomed with our German exchange cadet Marcel Bamberg, who we had ...

"Ewww, that smell "

A travel blog entry by ocjambotroop241 on Jul 11, 2013

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... about the history of our Statue of Liberty. That was the last time we saw the bus until much later in the day, and our venturing was all on foot from here. We hiked over a few blocks and got to see the famous bull of Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange. Completely surrounded by tourists from many countries, it was funny how there were just as many people posing for pictures in the hind quarters of the bull as the front ! Nice view. ...