Residence Inn Danbury
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Danbury
... smile and be thankful I have something to keep me dry. After crossing the New York border I was on a mission to get to New York City as fast as I could. I pushed some bigger mileage days and was sitting in a metro on my way to the Big Apple in no time. My friend from high school (Ella) and her boyfriend (Derek) let me crash on their couch while in the city. I played tourist for 3 days and had a blast sightseeing and relaxing. A HUGE thank you to ...
... in this town (1783-1859). You might have heard of (or even read) "Rip Van Winkle" and his even more famous book "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow". This "Legend of Sleepy Hollow" was the reason for our wanting to visit the town.
When we started looking into things to do in Sleepy Hollow, we were surprised by what we found.
This town really goes all out when Halloween comes around. How could you not when the very places of the town ...
... it is going to be very rural, and who knows if there would be an RV Repair place within 100 miles of us. So.......all in all, we are very thankful that someone was watching out for us, that we are safe, that big Mo will be fixed good as new (tomorrow we hope) and we can continue safely on our way.
Not the start we had envisioned to our 4th Cross Country trip, but this is all part of the adventure!
... find a Subway to sit and have lunch. Afterwards we walked down towards Battery Park to pick up the bus again to head back up town. Due to an incident and traffic issues we were able to shoot up town and get dropped off by the Empire State building to take the lift up to the 86 floor. What an amazing view. So nice to be able to get an aerial view and see NYC. Back down ...
... by the time we got to Grand Central, on the way passing Madison Square Garden, a giant advertisement of the Dark Knight (amazing!), Times Square (exciting!) and the bridge from the Avengers where they stood to fight the aliens (which I was proud to recognise). Grand Central Station is huge (we were on track 112!?), and really pretty, and was buzzing with people. We found our train and took an hour's ride north to Philipse Manor eating our breakfast ...