|The salon where the Vanderbilts and their guests would gather for after dinner concerts and conversations|
|Hudson River and the Catskills in the distance.|
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f Frederic Edwin Church. This property is now a State Historic Site. It was closed by the time we arrived but the exterior was dynamic in the later afternoon light.
We continued on to Albany where we had booked a room in a downtown B and B: The Morgan State House Inn. It was excellent and has a fascinating story behind it. The house was the home for Alice Morgan Wright (1881-1975), a sculptor who was also one of the founders of the League of Women Voters and the Humane Society.
|Marilyn with Stella|
|Empire Capital Plaza on a rainy Saturday morning.|
By Sunday morning the rain had passed and the clouds had departed. We headed home and arrived in time for me to see the Kansas City Royals sweep the Los Angels Angels, the team with the best regular season record in baseball. Go Royals!