Belmar Beach Bed & Breakfast
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... bridge going from Brooklyn to staton island! So busy they have two decks! Lovely area right by the river. Then it was back to Sara's to chill before her birthday night out. I had a shower and finally washed my hair after what feels like forever, dry shampoo on a travel tour is your best friend. Late nights and early mornings you haven't got time for fresh hair lol. So I made an effort for her birthday. And ...
... collapsed but after waiting about 30 minutes they restarted it and we continued our picnic. Last week we went to their place in Manhattan and had a great BBQ on the awesome rooftop of their apartment building. So yummy having some BBQ – we really miss it!
There are always so many things to do in summer in NYC that it can be a bit overwhelming at times! Last Wednesday we made our way to Williamsburg and the Brooklyn Brewery’s “How to create ...
... they are so unpredictable since I don’t know anything about horses. They always do things
that I don’t want and I’m just waiting for me to get thrown of a horse. But luckily I didn’t. ‘Invisible’ did take off for a little bit, and at the same time Kristina had fallen of her horse and we had a
horse on the loose. She was the only one not wearing a helmet, since she had a bun on the top of her head. But ...
... br> We met up with The Mexican at her apartment on one side of Manhattan, then walked BACK to the Subway and traveled to the OTHER side of Manhattan to hit Chinatown!
We didn't get chance to go there at the start with TheWorm, what with all his weird Markets and sustainable coffee houses, so it'd be good to sneak in and check it out. New York's a sizeable feat to attempt and we only had two days in which to attempt it last time. Now, thanks ...
... where I'm staying, how long, and how I'm getting there:
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Guidebooks followed: Rick Steve's Europe through the Back Door and Let's Go, Europe on a Budget
For those of you that may one day plan a trip in Europe, my favorite sites were:
- Ryanair.com and Easyjet.com for flights ...