- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... even by our standards!) As usual for the Hudson the trains run up both sides of the river, but here the train is not right on the bank but closer to town and really not as loud. The marina is protected well from wakes- quite the difference from our last five nights of sleep! A mechanic came to see us not long after we were towed in, and he again confirmed that Marty had done all he could up to that point and he agreed that the problem ...
... 50 yards from NYC), and got to the park early enough for me to grab a geocache right next door. Cute one: locked cabinet in the woods full of travel bugs. Despite some technological issues, I managed to get it in plenty of time to get to the game.
Game was reasonably interesting, complete with things we've never seen before (in this case, not necessarily good things!). Some features:
A brand new ...
... today, but must plod on! Lots more microfilm awaits me... Lots more... Yesterday I was (and need to finish off this morning) working on a file that is over 2000 pages long...
More shortly. When I have made my way to Tarrytown and have something interesting to say. Oh boo, the train was only 5 minutes late but now it is 5-10 minutes late! Time to put my pandas on. Now I feel I should explain myself. Plus I have a Jasper related story that goes with it. But ...
... possibly a little or a lot rainy on Sunday. So I decided to plan for a rainy and a not so rainy day.
Let's start with the rainy day first at it is my least planned day. I think a bit of shopping will be in order. Maybe Macy's? Yes indeed. Robin also suggested the Metropolitan Museum of Art (in her opinion it is the best place to go if you can only visit one museum in New York). It is also not so far from the Guggenheim, and they look to have a good ...
... available in this entire area. It would be a total nightmare for anyone without a GPS and/or NAV system. And, even with............the construction (where no workers are ever present), is a true testament to the wonderful work being done with all the taxpayer (and toll payer) dollars being used.
We are hoping for a little less traffic tomorrow for the ...