Atlantic View Inn
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Very wavy mornings and evenings with the ferries zooming across the bay, but otherwise this is a quiet, pretty place with a nice beach to walk. We are leaving for Cape May and trying to get up the Delaware river to the C&D canal by Thursday night when more winds come in from the South. I will add pictures when I have ...
... most of the quintessential NY sights like the Met museum, Brooklyn Bridge Walk, Grand Central Station, Wall street, 9/11 memorial, The High Line, Chelsea Market, Flat Iron – Chrysler –, Rockefeller - and Empire State buildings. We made sure they ate their way through NY as we always do and took them to some of our favourite spots including Mari Vanna, Madiba, Franny’s, Pure, BBQ Dinosaur and of course Ample Hills Creamery (the best ice cream in NY). ...
... pet a skink and watch an exciting video about dinosaurs. It was pretty cool to see some real fossil footprints! It was a very good little stop.
We then made our way to Parlin (Sayreville), New Jersey where we will be staying the next three nights with my brother-in-law's parents. My sister is here too so very excited to see them and the kiddos.
Alright, it's late and time for bed. ...
... Too bad. We went around the corner and had lunch in a gourmet deli called Balducci's. Very nice lunch, and we sat people-watching at the window for a while... good chance for me to make the girls realise that eating with decorum IS important! We were being watched while we were watching you see... By the time lunch was done we had to head over to Amsterdam, which is in the Northern area of town. We had to revisit the Green Tortoise because Scott had left his shoes on the bus a week ...
... serving dishes. It was a hot day so we ate outside, but remember to sneek a peek at Gundels elegant interior and its floral display.
We had a clear cold consume, salad, then stuffed squash, a napoleon for dessert. The food was of course, first rate. The cost was $ 40 USD for lunch a splurge, but this was Gundel.
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