FairBridge Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on one side of the park. They also have a zoo in the park too which has tigers and monkeys and red pandas, just like Nico. Nico wants to say happy birthday too, but he hadn't finish writing his "happy birthday" note - so I will put that up on here when he has finished. Perhaps if you look back here tomorrow it will be up? Lots of Love Jojo ...
... is running approximately 5 to 10 minutes late (though he hasn't made the announcement yet so it could be more or less). But it means I can write my blog so I'm not going to complain.
Last night Greg and I skyped. We also played chess. I lost. Twice. Greg has said he will buy me a chess book to improve my skills. It appears my concentration isn't very good when it comes to chess. And I overthink it (story of my life!). But one day I will be chess champion of ...
... 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 ...
... camping aches and pains. The boys were nice enough to surrender their bedrooms for us and Blake and I slept on the most soft, fluffy comfortable bed ever (thanks Wesley!!).
Blake and I left these days completely open on our itinerary to whatever Kim, Karlie, and Gerard had in store for us. Luckily, it was a perfect mix of relaxation and fun. Our second day there Blake had a girls-day-out in the Big Apple. Kim is a quick 35-40 minute train ride down river ...
... 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 ...