Howard Johnson Inn Albany
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Howard Johnson Inn Albany
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Howard Johnson Inn Albany
Travel Blogs from Albany
... in 1999, celebrates artists of today and the best of their big ideas. Porches is the most visible manifestation, to-date, of the changes sparked by MASS MoCA. Its 47 rooms of retro-edgy, industrial granny chic ambiance make a spirited lodging statement in New England and beyond. Leisure travelers surrender to total comfort and attitude-free service while itinerant techies avail themselves of WiFi connections and ...
The rain returned last night but looks to move out this morning. By the time we get to Albany the sun should be shining again. Breakfast at the hotel again featured those not eggs "eggs". Starbucks here we come. Not sure why Google maps routed us this way but we ended up on a two lane state highway that wandered through New Jersey and right through Princeton. Soon after passing Princeton we found the Starbucks we needed. Strict sign code in this township as ...
... 30 needed to free himself from his indentured servitude and entered school where he was encouraged by a fellow student to learn the law. He later married her. He became prosperous at his own law practice in Buffalo, NY. First a Congressman and then VP under Zachary Taylor, he became President upon Taylor's death in office. He was President from 1850-1853 at the height of country's divisions about slavery. He was a one-term president has generally ...
... Mountains of Culture. Pittsfield also has a decent museum in the Pittsfield Museum, one which covers both art and natural history. Its rather small art collection is heavy on works by the Hudson River School of landscape painters.
For me Pittsfield’s main attraction was Hancock Shaker Village, actually located in next door Hancock, one of biggest and best preserved of America’s historic Shaker ...
North Adams and Williamstown are two towns a few miles from each other in the northern Berkshires that are quite different. If Williamstown is the quaint New England ideal of a quaint small college town with white steepled Protestant churches, North Adams is the somewhat less photogenic sister, a mill town populated by later immigrants in late 19th century that's fallen on hard times.