SpringHill Suites Danbury
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Indoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
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... be able to get up the archives with no trouble.
Once pulled up into Tarrytown, a minibus arrives to chauffeur researchers across to the archive. Jump in, get settled and off we go! The journey to the Archive Center was very picturesque, including a number of lakes we passed by. In one there were a number of swans. There were your usual Mute Swan's about, but I think there was also a Trumpeter Swan. I could only see it for quite a distance, but its beak seemed to ...
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After receiving a great response from my last travel blog about my travels in France, I have decided to write another blog for my time in India.
For those of you who don't already know, I have received a Dickey International Fellowship from the Dickey Center at Dartmouth College to work at VOICE 4 Girls in Hyderabad, India. VOICE 4 Girls is a social ...
... the border out of Massachusetts. The state has very few pleasant memories for me, though the few it does have are extremely powerful and likely to last forever. I was blessed with some great friends, some mediocre friends, some mere acquaintances, and some people who will forever be caught in that nebulous stage between "knew well for a short period of time" and "completely forgot", to be remembered only when a specific situation calls ...
... building is very charming, if a bit faded.
The concert was fantastic. The set list as I remember was
Stop Crying About the Rain
Nothing’s Gonna Pull us Apart
Snake Oil Capital of The World
Get Started Start a Fire
Watch the Moon Come Down
Live in the Shadows
A Lie Gets halfway 'Round the World
I’ll Never Play Jacksonville ...
... Interstate directly to Hudson (at the top of the Hudson Valley in NY State) where we stop for a coffee. It is a strange town. As we approach it is evident that there is a distinct lack of wealth in the area and even the local convenience store is advertising on a large sign "We take food stamps". However as we turned down Main Street the shops were transformed from derelict and vacant to the most amazing array of upscale boutiques ...