FairBridge Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... for $200,000 unsuccessfully and later sold it for $1.00 to the National Parks!
In the afternoon we drove to the historic town, Saugerties and walked to the beautiful lighthouse. Lunch on a balcony over the falls and then home again to relax and recharge for the next ...
... in education at public schools for 6 years, and then had the opportunity to do some Magazine work at Times Magazine etc in the good old days, as he put it, when he had a bar in his office and everyone smoked all day. Then he moved from 'for profit' to 'not-for-profit' organisations, and has done bits of consulting all the way through. Another, somewhat younger guy (maybe a bit younger than me, maybe same age, but I reckon early 20s). He seemed to know, or know of 'other Bob'. ...
... and from there walk over to Times Square and have a wander. After my wanderings, I will subway it to the World Trade Center and 9/11 Memorial. That will be followed by another subway trip up to the Highline - a park that occupies a disused New York Central Railroad spur. I won't walk all the way along - I may head back towards the end of my trip. I will then have a stroll down W 23rd Street and through Madison Square Park, where I will catch the subway back up to ...
... the Tappen Zee Bridge, Phil suddenly caught a view of the Manhattan skyline. New York City! We continued to Sloatsburg and Harriman State Park, turning in for the Seven Lake Drive. Just beyond the entrance we stopped at the Park lodge (closed) and a man shouted out to us "There's a bear out there!". He'd been for a run and met a huge bear, which had just looked at him then walked off. The poor guy was really shaken. We proceeded cautiously, Mark ...
... which is now the tallest building in the U.S. It was pride weekend in NYC (and I think Chicago) so there were lots of festivities going on, including an anti-discrimination protest. Gerard met us for a beer at a tavern that him and Kim used to visit when they lived in the city and then he led us on a series of subway rides to get back to Grand Central. The NY subways are full of interesting characters – from a beautiful African American opera singer giving an ...