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522 Albany Post Rd, Hyde Park, United States
4360 Albany Post Rd, Hyde Park, United States
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... we had visited. We stopped at F D R's home so we could check it out and plan tomorrow's visits. But the State park "Norri Mills" where we camped was perfect - in huge oak trees, quiet, with great hot showers and reasonably priced. Caroline sorted ...
... her home to the country. What a lady she was! "First Lady to the world" - she was USA's first representative in the United Nations. Lead the committee who wrote the "Bill of human rights" and she was instrumental in the movement to get equal rights for ...
... tasty breakfast, introducing us to the wonder of marscapone cheese on baked pears. After we left, we had a successful hike in Hyde Park Nature Preserve--it was much less frigid than our walk attempt the previous day. Even though it was warmer, ...
... I could see them taking the same exciting adventure together. The "loop" trip consisted of taking the Amtrak all the way around the United States and getting off at certain cities. Their loop included stops in Boston, NY, Georgia, Florida, Arizona, ...
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US Rt 9, Hyde Park, New York, United States
4097 Albany Post Road, Hyde Park, New York, United States
Historic site features the home and estate of Franklin D. Roosevelt, the first presidential library, and the FDR museum that displays photographs, official documents, speeches and family possessions that chronicle the lives and careers of President and Mrs. Roosevelt.
4097 Albany Post Rd, Hyde Park, New York, United States
Visit FDR's 1826 home that remains almost exactly as it was at the time of the president's death in 1945, including the stables, icehouses, a walking trail, and the graves of Franklin and Eleanor located in the Rose Garden.
Hyde Park, New York, United States
The home of Eleanor Roosevelt that is located on the Roosevelt estate and is open to the public.