West Point Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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What a thrill this day on the water is going to be. We have never been to West Point on land, but today we are going to get to see it from the water on the Hudson River.
I don't have words to adequately describe how breathtaking the site of the facility was when we ...
... him Sam. He is doing catering at a place on Main Street, and his boss is in the process of also opening up a small restaurant (his boss also has a 2 year old and a newborn baby...!) Sam was getting on the same train as me, but other Bob remained in the shelter (with his beer, which followed his two coffees in the morning...). Sam told me that Bob is always there, every morning. Apparently he waits for the library to open (Robin said Irvington Library is great - unfortunately it ...
... am aware pizza is not low fat, but I have saved some for my lunch tomorrow). The amount of different oreos to choose from was ridiculous. I was too overwhelmed, so I went for the trusty originals, the ones I know and love so much. I was stumped when it came to crisps. They were so different that it took me ages to choose. I ended up with cinnamon and brown sugar popcorn in my cart whilst I decided on the crisps. I think I went for something very basic in the ...
Woke at 7 to a brilliant blue sky. Collected good coffees from reception and got going by 8.45 after bidding goodbye to Angel. Took route 95 west through increasingly industrialised scenery, past Bridgeport and Norwalk, before turning north towards White Plains and the Hudson River. Called in to a service station for fuel and breakfast. Mark and I opted for a McDonalds, bacon and egg McGriddle, which turned out to be in a sweet pancake roll and a bit ...
... and apps from a sports bar called PJ Carneys, a slice of NYC pizza from Rays, micro brews from Heartland Brewery, and some Mr. Softies food truck ice cream (I am kind of partial to Chicago deep dish, but for thin crust, New York has it down!). We (accidentally) stumbled through Time’s Square and saw a million electric billboards, street performers, artists drawing portraits and a ton of tourists from around the world. We continued moving toward our ...