Ramada Newburgh/West Point
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... for $200,000 unsuccessfully and later sold it for $1.00 to the National Parks!
In the afternoon we drove to the historic town, Saugerties and walked to the beautiful lighthouse. Lunch on a balcony over the falls and then home again to relax and recharge for the next ...
... The dutch influence was very obvious here and the town was quaint and very beautiful! Here we saw the oldest operating hotel in the USA, the Beekman Inn.
This afternoon we drove to Kingston, to chase some of my family history. We visited the Old Senate House in Kingston, the nations's first capitol and home of the first senate. Captain Daniel Brodhead, My Great, Great, etc.........Grandfather was sent out with the Duke Of York's Men to ...
... else. Also, there are very few RV parks in the Northeastern U.S. With several good campground guides, though, we always seem to be able to find a place for the night. We have found, however, that it is important to start thinking about how far we will drive sometime in mid-afternoon. Then, we often call ahead to make sure that a pull through site with electricity is ...
... being the passenger!!!! Arrived in OCC at about 6.30pm and there is a Hilton Motel right opposite the motorbike shop!!! We managed to get a room and then went and had the best ribs, steak and fish that we have had!!!! Quiz night Thursday nights but we flopped only getting 150 out of 300!!! Brain dead after 400km traveling!!! Tomorrow we will have a look at the OCC shop and the many motor bikes on display!!! ...
... in Newburgh; we’ll see the Amish tomorrow.
Attention! The following is totally random and has nothing to do with anything! (I figure I need to add this warning after the Sturbridge comparison debacle.)
At breakfast this morning, I poured milk onto my cereal and needed to get a new bottle of milk to add just a little bit more. As I was eating the cereal, I read the milk cartons. (Yes, I admit to needing a ...