The Raritan Inn at Middle Valley
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... scale than has ever been attempted in American Golf for the opening of the Dual Courses." The Dual Courses, or Upper and Lower, would be the first contiguous 36-hole design built in America. Both courses officially opened for play in June 1922. In the years following their opening, refinements were made to prepare these courses for National Championship play. The first national championship held on the Lower was the 1926 United States Amateur. The first national championship ...
... bike. And will probably need to return the bike around 4pm tomorrow. They are closed on Sunday but they mentioned that they have a facility where I can drop off the bike and gear for an extra $25. Once I pick up the bike I plan on doing a few circles around just to get a good handle of the bike before heading out fully. I have to plan out my gas stops. I have no experience in timing when I would need to tank up so most ...
... was blowing a gale and very cold with no shelter and we didn't know when the bus would come so just waited wondering what would happen if we were in the wrong place and were still there when night fell, expensive cab ride back to New York from there - a lot more than $12 we calculated but just then the bus turned up - now remember this time - 3:30pm, we got picked up at 3:30pm and also remember that it took us 25 minutes to get here this ...
... the NJ economy.
We were thrilled that Valerie and Jon could join us for dinner. Our hotel was about 12 miles from their home. Jon, NJ proud, was thrilled to share his home state with us and hosted us to a tasty dinner at Ruby Tuesdays, which was in walking distance of the hotel. He was disappointed that we did not visit the "locally famous" outlet mall. We enjoyed the company and conversation, before all bidding adieu for the ...
... Most importantly, I feel blessed to be one of the few people who have the opportunity to study abroad, not once but twice! Thank you to my family for supporting me both financially and emotionally. To all my Mac friends who are also studying abroad, please post frequent updates on your blogs as well because I'm excited for us to all stay connected even while we're all over the place. Thanks for reading, next post in China!