J. Palen House Bed & Breakfast
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... the loonies in the laundromats on the road.
Our hotel had its own customer laundry so we were able to luxuriate in our room in between cycles.
We stayed in the city so ventured around the corner for dinner and then a couple of beers at a little dive bar.
The city seemed safe and organised after being in Detroit.
... listening to music, banter and seeing America :) After a quick picnic lunch we headed for the museum, from Beatles to Beyoncé, Elvis to Hendrix and Wonder to Charles, the rock and roll hall of fame was a homage to all the great rock and roll stars of all time and some fantastic memorabilia and artefacts could be seen in the museum. I especially enjoyed the Beatles and a Elvis section as it has really got me in the ...
It had been said that of all of the venues we were to have on this tour, this one would be the worst. Not because of crowds, but because of the load-in/load out. I truly believe that what they said was wrong. I admit that there was a minimal dock, allowing for only two trucks to back in and unload, (Holmdel NJ, only had one, and Jones Beach didn't have any.) none the ...
... nor the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. I decided to head over to the Hall of Fame since it was something I had wanted to do but it never crossed my mind that I would be so close. It was roughly three blocks away from my hotel, making it really easy to get to. It was nice and I saw a lot of amazing items in there.
After the Hall of fame, I was invited by the crew to celebrate Vivian Campbell's birthday with ...
... which pays homage to all the different cultures which shaped the city as it is now.
The rain was very heavy at times, so we needed to roll down the clear plastic shades and zip them at the sides but it made it so stuffy. Thank goodness we only had to "suffer" a short time.
The trolley took us along the Lake Erie shoreline, and made a 15 min stop outside a small museum. Near here is a small airport made from reclaimed ...