Filed Under (Uncategorized) by admin on 26-05-2012
A few months ago, I was sitting at this computer screen trying to come up with an itinerary that would take me through a place called Scarsdale, New York, and I was having some real trouble. I wasn’t worried about leaving the house (I had worked out all my home insecurity with http://www.securitychoice.com), my concern was that it would be a trip that was worthwhile and not some waste of time or money. It wasn’t just me; I had a wife and two kids that were all counting on this. We were passing through the place, but we would have to stop and we needed some places to go.
Eventually I found what I was looking for and we had a blast, which is why I decided to write about some of the places we visited.
The St. James the Less Church and Graveyard – This had to be one of the oldest sites we visited in Scarsdale, but it really gave us an educational look at the past with graves devoted to civil war soldiers and slaves alike.
The Candlelight Inn – During our travels we obviously needed to eat and we were not disappointed with this establishment. I, myself, enjoyed a nice plate of their famous Chernobyl Chicken Wings and the kids had a blast too.