Painter's Inn

266 Hudson Street, Cornwall on Hudson, New York, 12520, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 266 Hudson Street, Cornwall on Hudson, is near Storm King Art Center, Dia:Beacon, New Windsor Cantonment, and Knox's Headquarters State Historic Site.
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    Travel Blogs from Cornwall on Hudson

    Taking Care of Mother

    A travel blog entry by anah.gagnon on Aug 11, 2014

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    Alex jumps on the truck and grabs stuff. He just can't help himself. He also commandeers the labor. Nile got a boo boo first thing! We are at an old folks home (aka assisted living facility). It's for Alex's mother. We arrive at lunchtime where there is a huge line of walkers lined up in a row in the hallway. ...

    Darlington Lake, farewell Jupp-Adams

    A travel blog entry by edddadams on Aug 06, 2014

    Last chilled out day with Nick, Em and Charlie, as they head up to Canada tomorrow and we'll be travelling up to Boston. Mowed the lawn at 71 Cherry Lane, have it the striped look. Headed to Darlington Lake in the afternoon for a cool off swim. We cycled up on the mountain bikes that we took down to Philly. George and I still felt quite sore especially our ...

    Day 17-20: Hastings on Hudson and NYC

    A travel blog entry by blakekelsey on Jun 30, 2014

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... the noise in a train station-what a strange phenomenon)! We finally made it out of the train station after a photo shoot in the girl’s bathroom on the lipstick couch (see below!). After a bit of trekking around we hailed a rickshaw to take us to the Highline Trail which is an old elevated rail line converted to a beautiful park trail complete with flower gardens and trees. We made it to the harbor area with a nice view of the Freedom Tower, part of the 9/11 ...

    Visiting Museums

    A travel blog entry by fchen on Sep 01, 2013

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    ... that was nicer/bigger than the actual house. In the horse stables, there were wooden planks that helped the servants clean out the stables. Our tour guide didn't know how this helped, but it did.
    There was a centralized music room that holds a piano, and used to hold an organ. It has an oculus, which is a hole in the ceiling so that everyone could hear it no matter where they were in the house. The oculus didn't penetrate the roof, so ...

    Living in an Amish Paradise

    A travel blog entry by rangerrick247 on Jun 26, 2013

    ... off. After four hours of driving in the morning, we finally began seeing fields being plowed by men in plain colored clothing wearing straw hats and overalls. Also, who could mistake a buggy for a car (to clarify confusion, the gray covered buggies are the Amish while the black covered buggies are Mennonites). As we crept further along these rural roads, the surroundings became more and more beautiful and scenic along the backdrop of ...