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Travel Blogs from Asbury Park
Finished up late last night after a fantastic Korean BBQ meal where Chris ordered for all of us. He truly does know the best places to go - when you're spoiled for choice and could pick anywhere, he has been able to take us places a tourist would never know to go. After the Korean meal, we went a couple of doors up and into what looked like a hotel, but when we caught ...
... Brooklyn Bridge, Lower Manhattan, Statue of Liberty and the Manhattan Bridge. If I’m getting a thrill out of this short run, how must people feel when they do full marathon in New York (sorry folks, not this year of course). And I never jumped on a bus before I got a run, and then run back at the end to catch a bus to get back again. It’s amazing what you’ll do for some crazy goals!
... I broke it. If my Mom said no, I would say yes. Hey what can I say, I was the middle child!
As the grill started to heat up the smell of the smoke somehow brought me right back to 1967 and one of those groups. Every Monday night during the summer months our church would have a family beach night in Asbury Park NJ. At 6PM sharp Dad would pull in from work, change clothes, and get us in the Rambler and head to the beach. A huge section of the beach was reserved just for ...
... I spent 3 hours in there earlier today. A book in the passenger seat door called Physics of the Impossible. In the glove compartment there's a book of motel coupons and a box of Red Vines with two left. Not satisfied? He was NOT! He said "do you have any packables in the car?"
Actually, to be fair, what he said was "do you have anypkcablesss in the car?" but after he repeated it [ in a more insolent tone than I would have liked ] I still ...
... br> Latex gloves (six months worth)
Stationery (snail mail takes about 1 month to arrive if NOT the rainy season)
..and of course, the basics but shampoo, underwear and the like doesn't make for an interesting read.
My good friend of 20 years told me once, that I only travel to places where there is a possibility of 1) injury or 2) disease. Boy was she right.
Au revoir mes amis,