Red Carpet Inn And Suites
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... place...But the photographer tried real hard...Dar takes the best pics...I usually cut the head off or miss the most important aspect of the picture...glad he is my travel buddy!
We reluctantly left the Acropolis, vowing to come back, and off we went to see the remains of Hadrian's Temple to Zeus, the changing of the guards at the tomb of the unknown soldier at Parliament (cool but nobody does it like the American's do!) and then a ...
While making sure we had the right street on our Rick Steve's map a local businessman stopped to offer his assistance...and his business card and to show us his jewelry shop which has lovely jewels..."Please come in and see for yourself" while he took my hand...Shades of Spain when we were kanoodled into a leather shop!
Dar took my other hand, thanked him and told him we would be by later...whew Artin Fine Jewels almost ...
... have not seen a nice neighborhood at all yet. During our search for a good place for dinner we continually strike out. There are numerous Indian, Chinese, and Middle Eastern restaurants but none seem decent. We decide to drive up to Schenectady to see if they have something better to offer. Schenectady is only about 15 minutes away and was the corporate home to General Electric for many years. There are still several GE plants and research centers around ...
... from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes. It cut transportation costs by 95%! It was quite a feat of engineering for the early 19th Century. There is even a lock visible from I-90. Very cool.
I drove through some of the Finger Lakes Region. It's a group of long narrow lakes which look like fingers. Native Americans believed the lakes were the fingerprints of the Great Spirit, Very cool.
Then I passed through ...
A short distance north of Albany is Saratoga Battlefield National Historic Park, site of an important Revolutionary War battle which ended in a decisive victory for the colonial Continental Army over the British under General Burgoyne. In addition ...