SpringHill Suites by Marriott Tarrytown Greenburgh
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So this place came with a recommendation. We finally made it down here about 1015 or so. The area was busy and the drive down was wild and crazy. After avoiding the gay bar which appeared similar we arrived. They were out of their beer selection and no help. The pride day on Sunday cleared them out it seems. The food was good but not what we were …
... Alex. And within about 3 hours he had amended the booking, and emailed me to tell me. I said "That's perfect. Thank you so much!" (I am super thankful, super, super thankful). And I have taken a screen shot of the email he sent back. And yes, yes that is a smiley face. Is it very sad that it made my day? Probably, but I'm happy so that's what counts!
Oo, I here the sound of documents this way coming...
... foundation (a small one, hence I cannot remember the name!) with her husband. As far as events go, today has been rather uneventful, but after the week that I have had, I am glad of a little respite and a little less excitement!
Tonight I shall Skype Greg. I have been trying to find a time since before I left England, but postpone and postpone I did because of work, work, ...
... amazing - hot and sunny but unfortunately I decided to wear trousers while Josie wore shorts, so she won that decision! We've also had our first ride on the subway, and eaten our first waffle (for breakfast) and hot dog ( for lunch) so you can tell we're eating healthily. So, just resting now (well Josie is!) before heading out to Times Square tonight and then Grand Central and the Empire State Building ...
... underground subways are hot as hell (the trains themselves are air conditioned). We were both dripping when we got back to the hotel. It was tempting to stay in our air conditioned hotel room but we went out again to walk the High Line. The High Line is a 1.6km linear park built on a section of the elevated former New York Central Railroad, which runs along the lower west side of Manhattan. It has been redesigned and planted ...