No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Sea Girt
... do snow sports too, so we could have a whole extended family trip out West sometime with the Patscos and all the Pietrowski cousins, aunts, and uncles and it would be a grand party!)
We spent the day along the Atlantic and it wasn’t too long before Dad yelled something in exclamation, and Jameson and I both worriedly looked to make sure we weren’t about to hit something. Dad then explained he saw a 15 foot long sea creature, a ...
... and make arrangements to ship our jeep and bikes back to New Jersey. While there we plan on visiting Mendocino and some of the wine country before returning.
This is our last travelpod installment. Thanks for all those who followed us along and contributed to our blog. We had an amazing time...now...back to reality.
We look forward to seeing everyone and catching up.
Christina and ...
... it didn’t say that anywhere on the menu and they hadn’t charged us extra the night before. We hate people trying to take advantage! So despite the fact that the food was fantastic, we won’t be going back tomorrow night!
Miles travelled: 12
Total miles travelled: 15596
Days on road: 144
States visited: 33
National Parks visited: ...
... Internet café available 24 hours. They had several classrooms and taught about a dozen or so classes on the four days at sea. These classes included Beginning Word, Excel, Photoshop and so much more. When these rooms weren't used for classes, you could use the computers to study or use the Internet. WiFi was only available in the public areas, which was disappointing since we were also working from the ship. Our suite was sandwiched between two decks ...
... above just those four. Being prudent business tycoons, they had put in foundations which would support a 48 story building - however it is still just 4 floors. By then it was late morning & well past time for our coffee fix which we had at the café at Borders bookshop. In North America it seems dogs go everywhere, including into Borders. But then who would want to be a dog in Manhattan? And even Brian was empathising with the dogs ...