Elk Forge B&B Inn, Retreat and Day Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... day was cloudy as we left about 7:30 for the Big Apple but the sun would show itself later. Mary played "New York State of Mind" by Billy Joel. She had quite a repertoire for this itinerary. In Spanish Harlem, our step-on guide Ellie, joined us on the bus to provide the commentary for our panoramic tour of New York City. Ellie had a dry humor and entertained us with jokes and celebrity ...
... English would to us. Who knew. He also told me about a coffee shop right near where I was staying. I stopped there this morning and had a mug and a half of coffee, bottomless mug for $2! After lounging around for a long time in there, I headed back outside to get on my bike. A man stopped me on the sidewalk and asked if I knew where the nearest post office was. I told him I was from Minnesota so I didn't know, but that I'd look it up on ...
... kitchen shopping and had lunch at Klondike Kates. Then off to a swim meet in Dover. I forgot to take pictures.
Tuesday:Quiet day, Great dinner with Jessica and family at the Blue Crab. Got my oyster on the half-shell fix.
Wednesday: Off to the Arthur Keppel's on a very hot and sultry day. Every body has grown up and
I am feeling short. ...
... our crew was unable to get to Philly due to the storms. We rushed the desk. She informed us there was no way we were going to make our flight to Lisbon. We should proceed to C25 and go to the special services desk. Crushed we made our way there. What awaited us was not encouraging: The longest line of disgruntled, angry, unshowered people who had clearly been stranded without their checked luggage for too ...
... The guide suddenly mentioned it, saying that this was the chair that George Washington always sat in, being Commander in Chief of the Army. He told us about one man who had famously stated that he had sat in that room many times and stared at that sun just like I was, and he could never tell if it was rising or setting. And then on July 4th 1776, as 16 men signed their names and the United States was born, he realised for ...