Morning Dove Inn
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... perfectly. What a relief! During this time we were also closely watching the hurricane, and breathing a little more as each report moved it away from the coast. It has been quite an emotional roller coaster watching the track, and we had to calm ourselves from overthinking and panicking while waiting to see which direction it would take and if we were actually going to be in danger or not. We also discovered Frank & Sal's deli, and we have been trying ...
... winning an iPad in one of those game machines – no luck! Sylwia and I went to see an outdoor movie called Harold and Maude from 1971 it was really quite strange but we really enjoyed it. I thought it was going to be on the banks of the Hudson but it was actually under a freeway overpass on some basketball courts! It was probably good in the end because just as the movie was starting a massive storm broke out with pouring rain, thunder and lightning. The ...
... with him and his neighbor Kristina. So I had to say yes of course. At 2:30 I was at the Kensington stables. It’s really close to the Prospect Park,
but it’s also weird to see stables in the middle of a city. They made some horses ready for us to ride on. We did our payments, we signed a three page liability thing and off we went. Now I have nothing with horses really, like I know a lot of girls do. And I am somewhat anxious with them. ...
... compared to Chicago. I heard people saying classic Jersey things like, "I'm tellin' ya!" and "F#%€\#." They also seemed to be much more interested I'm baseball than Chicagoans. I might be too if I had the Yankees and not the hapless Cubs. We continued with a sleeping boy across Hwy 17, a fast suburban expressway that reminded me of Kingery Hwy in Chicago. We passed the stinking Meadowlands, Newark, and Jersey City. The rain mercifully let up for a while making navigating ...
... they do still make good beer, but that is for tours only.
Do not bother to go to the beer hall, the service was atrocious, several groups walked out including yours truly after waiting an hour only to discover that their orders had never been placed.
The only really nice place in Pilzn, is the Synagogue, which somehow managed to survive the Nazis, unfortunately the Pilzn Jews did not.
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