Superlodge Kingston

Address: 129 Route 28, Kingston, New York, 12401, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 129 Route 28, Kingston, is near Hudson River Maritime Museum, Hudson Valley, Rondout Lighthouse, and Heritage Area Visitors Center.
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      Swinging By to See Friends

      A travel blog entry by _klarock on Jan 26, 2015

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      ... this semester. We all went our separate ways (for the time being) and I still chatted with some of the friends at the hotel who weren't able to make it. After visiting Marist, mom and I made the most of our detour by stopping at Five Guys for lunch. Then, we stopped at the bank and got back on the road all the way to the City. At that point in time, it seemed we had beat the ...

      Planning for the trip

      A travel blog entry by jdj0891 on Jan 21, 2015

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      My flight to New Zealand is in 4 days and I think I have everything ready to go. It is hard to say though because I have never planned for a trip quite like this.

      The main supplies I will be bringing are:

      • 65 Liter Backpack
      • 2 person tent
      • Cooking stove and utilities,
      • Wet suit, snorkel, and ...

      In Poughkeepsie

      A travel blog entry by jennieantoniak on Nov 07, 2014

      8 comments

      ... was sensational & so reasonable - $11 for mine & $5 for the soup. A trip to the gift shop of course & then we're off to walk across the Hudson. Huge, high bridge over a mile long. Freezing cold & windy. Great view though. Then we went to a tiny place called Wappingers Falls because we passed a proper coffee shop on our way home last night & we needed a real coffee for a change. And it was good. Had to fill the car which was a bit of ...

      In hindsight......

      A travel blog entry by jennieantoniak on Nov 06, 2014

      3 comments

      ... turn & run which is what we instinctively felt was the best option. I asked a parking guy in a uniform (white guy finally) for a lunch recommendation. We didn't find the places he spoke of but we did find a weird place - large, only other people were a black couple with a 1 year old, he was huuuuuge wearing a basketball singlet, she didn't speak, baby's name was Christopher. We really only went in to get off that street. Cut to the end, we had one of the best meals of the ...

      Glimpse of FDR and Eleanor in Hyde Park

      A travel blog entry by dmarek on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... times. And, the dimness also helped keep the furnishings from deteriorating. I guess much of the furniture was donated along with the house and the library. I am a bit hazy on this now. I did notice how rather modest the upstairs furnishings were. Some of the furniture was substantial and probably expensive but there were a lot of twin beds in rooms that were not huge by today's standards....and no king size beds either. We were told that a lot of ...