Days Inn Albany Guilderland

1230 Western Ave, Albany, New York, 12203, United States
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'Indian restaurant'

by neilcarrey

Does anybody know of one indian restaurant ' Sitar' out there ? How's the food and the quality of Indian food served out there ?

RE: 'Indian restaurant'

by nancy531

The Sitar is the most expensive Indian restaurant in the area, and probably has the most varied menu and nicest interior. It's also in the suburbs and has good parking. Other than that the food is about the same quality as much cheaper ones in the city of Albany. My favorite is the Shalimar on Central Ave.

Re: 'Indian restaurant'

by neilcarrey

Thnx Nancy for yer reply and appreciate if you could tell me if yoou know the manager out there in 'sitar ' ?

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Travel Tips for Albany


by davecallahan

Here are a few of the neighborhoods within metropolitan Albany.

Capital Hill
Runs north-south from Washington Avenue to Madison Avenue and east-west from Eagle Street to Lincoln Park. This area is where all the impressive public buildings are.

Center Square
Runs north-south from Holland Avenue to I-87 and east-west from Oneida Terrace to Hackett Blvd. This wedge is centered on Delaware Avenue (US9W/route 443) and was the very rich section of the city in the early 20th Century. Popular lore says that the mobster Legs Diamond was killed in the area.

Runs north-south from Washington Avenue to Western Avenue and east-west from Manning Blvd to Brevator Street. A region of old architectural style; single family homes in a mix of Colonial, Federal, Spanish and Victorian shapes.

Pine Hills
Runs north-south from Washington Avenue to Woodlawn Street and east-west from Lake Avenue to Main Avenue. This is an upscale area of distinctive architectures (classic Revival to Spanish stucco) includes the "Little Hollywood" area because the homes look like they belong in California.

South End Mansions
Runs north-south from Madison Avenue (US20) to Morton Avenue and east-west from Trinty Place to Eagle Street. The homes here are estates in old turret-and-porch style with gabled roofs. Greek-Revival, Italian-ornate and French-revisionist architecture in stone and brick are most prevalent.

Washington Park
Runs north-south from Washington Avenue to Madison Avenue (US20) and east-west from Lark Street (US9W) to Lake Avenue.The majority of this area is public park land. The most distinctive feature of this park is the Moses statue.


by moiraistyx

The New York State Education building was completed in January of 1911. It was the first american builidng built soley for the purpose of education. Designed by Henry Hornsbostle and cost nearly 4 million dollars to build. The building follows a neo-classical design and has 36 pillars supporting the weight of the upper floors. Here are some interesting facts about this wonderful building:

1. The Education Building was dedicated in 1912 and cost was approximately 4 million dollars to build.
2. The chandelier on the second floor in the rotunda is 70 feet long. It is silver coated and cost approximately 20 thousand dollars.
3. Underneath exterior of the colonnade is a steel structure covered by Indiana limestone.
4. The State flag only flies in front of the building when the Board of Education is in session
5. The front of the Education Building has 36 columns which makes it one of the longest colonnades in the world.
6. In 1976, the State Museum moved from the top floor of the Education Building to the Empire State Plaza’s Cultural Education Center .
7. In 1978The State library moved to the utilitarian rooms in the Empire State Plaza’s Cultural Education Center.

This building in just one of the many beautiful buildings to see in Albany.


by moiraistyx

I spent the first 11 years of my life in a suburb of Albany, Schenectady. As a result I was able to visit this wonderful city quite often as a child. I have forgotten a lot of places we used to go to and things we've done, but deep down inside I still feel at home when ever I am here.

SES and I made this our last stop on a four state trip back in July of 2006. We had planned to go to a couple of pubs when we were here, but found all three closed even though I Dines had them as being open. We finally found a cute sports bar to stop at then went back for a good night sleep at our usual hotel when we would venture here.


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 Days Inn Albany Guilderland

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Address: 1230 Western Ave, Albany, New York, 12203, United States