Inn On Main Hotel
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... my summer happy place.
From the moment live racing begins in mid-May til the end of the season in late September, I can be found watching the horses at Monmouth Park, although I don't always watch from the same location. Monmouth Park offers plenty of options for seating, from the outside benches, to outside stadium seating, to an al fresca bar, to a fully air-conditioned sports bar, teletheaters, and more. Because I make ...
... before taking on the river rapids. It was a legendary ride everyone enjoyed, where all received a fair soaking! We then took a ride on the classic Ferris wheel, enjoying the view over the park before taking a swing on the chairs. Being one of David's favourite rides in the park, it was only fair to participate despite the terrifying heights. We were whisked high into the air at approximately 250ft, with a semi safety lap bar and seat belt. ...
... uh, tasty hand-pulled noodles (not just a catchy name). It was all really delicious, and they made their own dumplings. We all gorged - though we're looking forward to leftovers for dinner this evening!
walked with Bronwen for a bit before she made her way back to Brooklyn, and then we enjoyed a nice long walk all the way across town to the West Village to meet up with Austin. We enjoyed some tasty ...
... same job we're doing. We traded horror stories, laughed at sections of our video, shared travel tips--time flew away from us.
We cut our evening shorter than we would have liked--after all, it was nearly 11:00, and we had another early morning.
Unfortunately, between some incredibly confusing street addresses and some misleading TomTom directions, we didn't get to our [correct] hotel until nearly midnight. We stumbled into our room and fell asleep after a long ...
... and it is still possible to see people living much as their ancestors did centuries ago. Like so many other parts of the world, though, West African countries are developing and changing, so I viewed it as best to visit it sooner than later - before it comes to look more like the rest of the world. Yes, West Africa is one of the world's poorest regions, but it would be inaccurate to view the lack of material wealth as miserable destitution. Yes, ...