The Ransome Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a daily basis. Keep the tour director separate for us to deal with at the tours end, but charge us a flat free upfront so we didn't have to deal with tipping constantly.
On a tour of this quality, your luggage should be placed outside your door on the mornings you change locations, and Pacific Delight should make arrangements to have it placed on the bus/van for you. We could certainly see this was the case with other tour ...
... pleasure. I don't remember the name of the wineries we visited, or the restaurant, but the ladies liked the lobster.
We also visited with Mickey and his wife Barbara in Massapequa, that's where the pre-graduation party was held. We had a great dinner with Patti at her home on Long Island, with her two "adopted" daughters, Anna Collingwood and Rosie Big Crow. Adopted is in quotes because Patti can not legally adopt them because they ...
... includes the first North American Lord and Taylor store. Our first stop was Stepping Stones Park, a private community park that they were kind enough to let us visiting South Carolinians tour. It had some nice views of Long Island Sound. We ended up the morning at Oyster Bay, where we had some delicious oysters at the Canterbury Oyster Bar and Grill. Our waiter said we needed to see Port Jefferson while we were on the north coast so we headed there ...
... a place to park, at a meter around the corner and walked down. The concert was to be a celebration of the opening of a new bar attached to the Capital Theater. The theater itself just reopened about a year ago. It is famous in the music scene. Many well known bands went through there like the Grateful Dead. The bar is called, Garcia's, named after the Dead's frontman. The door was open so I walked into the bar. Music was blasting and a few guys were running around working ...
... NZ). Bumped into a few more confused-ish people before being given a desk and left to my own devices, nary a sausage roll in sight.
I dealt with this by going for lunch at the cafe (it's reminiscent of the set-up from Scrubs), refreshing my thoughts before coming back to start my work. A few more people were around and introduced themselves. Eventually the boss turned up as well, which was a surprise as I wasn't expecting him back ...
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