The Inn at Longshore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 8217;s the perfect car for an American road trip.
They also filled us up with a delicious meal before we hit the road.
We left Westport just after 5 for the (relatively) short
drive to Hershey, PA, where we stayed with James’ cousin Allen, his wife
Tiffany, and their two daughters, Madeline and Abigail, who were nice enough to
take us in even though they were just getting back from ...
We will miss the city of Tavira, its pedestrian-friendly parks, cafes and shops. The narrow, pedestrian-friendly cobblestone streets of Tavira have started to feel like home, leaving a bit of a worry about the cultural shock of once again entering the big, bustling New York City environs.
THREE DAYS LATER
Now, three days later, having actually re-entered the urban environment that is New York and begun all that is necessary for ...
... Last, but certainly not least, our guides Jan and Andreas (Andi) were excellent. They were always there to answer any questions, help you when needed, friendly and were more than happy to tell you about their own countries (Czech Republic and Austria). We appreciated everything they did to make sure that we had a fantastic experience, while remaining safe. I tried to be honest in my assessment above, perhaps a bit picky, but please don't misunderstand, VBT did ...
... Martini's made my Seņor Jack and a great Bocci ball tourney where Eva and I killed Segi and Pascale! But after a great dinner, Beer Pong where the booze bags Caitlin and Jack killed everyone, and a quick Fifa game it was off to bed for the big New York visit the next ...
... exposed. Driving a boat around the island he said, the smell could easily be picked up. It's a smell while bad, would confuse you, he said. It's something you've never smelt before.
Adding to his incredible first-person account of the potter's field which is still in operation today, housing an estimated 850,000 bodies, he says while with his friends they got close enough to actually open one of the body's boxes.
"It was like Night of the Living Dead," he described ...