The Sandpiper Inn
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... before taking on the river rapids. It was a legendary ride everyone enjoyed, where all received a fair soaking! We then took a ride on the classic Ferris wheel, enjoying the view over the park before taking a swing on the chairs. Being one of David's favourite rides in the park, it was only fair to participate despite the terrifying heights. We were whisked high into the air at approximately 250ft, with a semi safety lap bar and seat belt. ...
... for the centennial of the Declaration of Independence in 1876, but it was delayed until 1885. De Laboulaye died without seeing his dream come to fruitIon. After walking around and eating lunch, we rode the ferry back to New Jersey and got back in the car to drive down oNew Jersey to get closer to Cape May, our destination for tomorrow. Of course, we got caught in rush hour traffic. I take back anything I might ever have ...
... went out the window. There would be none of this cost cutting that I had dreamed of. Items were being added within 5 minutes of our arrival. Luckily for me, Charlie had negotiated a good package deal with most items being included but there are these stupid yet as Gail explained to me necessary items we must have.
Chair covers. Are you kidding me? Are the chairs not covered and cushioned with something already? You see, this is not good enough. We must have a piece ...
... because it was also warmer in there than in the bus! Then it was back to the park, where we discovered that the hot water problem had been resolved, much to our delight. However, it was far too cold to get our bodies out tonight, so it was a quick wash and toothbrush and then bed.
Miles travelled: 15
Total miles travelled: 15584
Days on road: 143
States visited: 33
National Parks visited: ...
... glass office buildings, shopping malls, and suburban tract housing. This sentiment is only compounded by the fact that highways in most directions from my parents' house, the closest thing this nomad has to a "home", are toll roads. These tolls can add quite a lot to the cost of travel - around $5 to drive the 120 mile distance of the New Jersey Turnpike and a similar amount to drive the New York State Thruway from its ...