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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Back in 1908 the bridge was used to transfer freight and people to the nearby mills but by the 1920's with the increased usage of cars, the street railway company went bankrupt and the bridge was left to slowly decay.
But in 1929 a lady called Antoinette Burnham came up with the idea to transform the bridge into a garden and with the help from a local Women's club raised $1,000 to get ...
Goodbye noisy polluted amazing New York, here I am, in a lovely town not far from Hudson where my Amtrak train arrived. My friend Phil came to pick me up, I will stay 4 nights with him and his family.
So nice a place to live. lots of land, to Belgian standards, the house surrounded by lawns, a little pond in the corner, trees and a little wood and even a little brook!
The house is beautiful, and a sign indicates the given name: "Linker Oever", ...
... the mast, get our sails on and set up the dinghy. I'd also like time to try to walk into town to take a look around. The current will be against us as of about 10:30am and there is no way we are ready to leave before then, so the favourable tide will start sometime after 3:30 pm, we'll have to check, but that might be enough time to get all done and find an anchorage not too far away. Our original goal of leaving early and reaching Cornwall is out of ...
Just before leaving Mechanicville we got an email from Lock One Marina that they had still not received our filters.... at least we now knew we would be at our anchorage at a good hour! We left just after 8 am to tackle the last two locks in the Champlain Canal and the Federal Lock at Troy. We did still stop at Lock One Marina for diesel, and he filled us up so quickly we were even still able to make it through Lock 1 with the other sailboat Callipyge we had been traveling ...
It was a two hour train ride from Grand Central to the end of the line at Wassiac, in Massachusetts. From there I was picked up and driven another hour to Alford, home to the Bevans, Mary's relatives who have lived in the States for the last 50 years.
We found John and Tricia to be very generous with there time and extremely gracious hosts during our stay. They actually tried to run us ragged with daily tours of the local ...