Locust Grove Motel

Address: 2838 Route 9, Malta, New York, 12020, United States | Motel
 
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Travel Blogs from Malta

Day 3: First flat tire!

A travel blog entry by beroske on Jul 09, 2015

3 comments, 2 photos

Third day on the road, went from Rhinebeck to Waterford, NY. That's about 110km. It was quite a long day. Sores are starting to appear... you know where. The ride was very nice along the Hudson river. Went through Albany, capital of New York, which seemed like a very cool city. Then cycled to Waterford to the "campsite", and just a few meters before we got the place, my tire went flat. First flat tire of the trip, and I know, not the ...

Overnighter in Albany, NY

A travel blog entry by lynandgrae on Jul 02, 2015

8 photos

... 65 miles an hour with a great stint at 70 miles per hour, enabling us to get across to Albany, New York State. Traffic was extremely heavy on the other side of the highway (thankfully) for a fair bit of the way, mainly heading out of Boston & New York City we supposed?...
We booked into a hotel for the night, with a great bed & pillows, but once again very average internet. ...

Road Trip Day 10

A travel blog entry by lungstrums on Jul 02, 2015

33 photos

This morning we woke up in Up State New York to some beautiful weather and delicious baked oatmeal. Watching Dan make his air press coffee looked exhausting, but he says it's delicious (we're not coffee drinkers). We left it up to the Buntings for the plans for the day hoping for a lighter day and headed to John Boyd Thatcher Park about 15 minutes from their home.

The park includes the ...

First Stop

A travel blog entry by hulcher on Jun 29, 2015

... the town in the evening. The kids enjoyed the gelato. We stopped at an outdoor bar named Gaffney's for a drink and snack. We sat amongst the outdoor lights and played several rousing games of UNO-my favorite family time of the dar. A quick room change (due to a street level window that wouldn't close) took us to a more spacious room. We really enjoyed our "stop over" and would love to come back during horse and music ...

Finally in the Hudson River down to Albany

A travel blog entry by shekoust on Jun 27, 2015

21 photos

We traversed the last several locks from Schenectady, NY to the last lock in Troy, NY (called the "Federal Lock" as it is not part of the Erie Canal and is run by the U.S. Government). The last seven ...