The Sea Spray Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... seven days which gives us unlimited access to busses and trains. We have used this continually to visit: Chrysler Building, Empire State Building, Central Station, Flat Iron Building and Times Square. Yesterday Monday 9th Sept I visited the the Aircraft Carrier Intrepid, which is a floating museum. We will leave here on Saturday 14th and head towards Washington, but still some of my bucket list to ...
... cost almost $20 for the three of us to ride, so that was the only one we did.
Tired and broke, we headed home. We found some paddle boats near Asbury Park boardwalk, and rode those for 1/2 hr. Jacinda and Garrett walked back, while Gav and I took the car. We went out to dinner on the Asbury Park Boardwalk where we had gone with Joel last time. Great outside seats. We walked the beach back while the boys played "ninja" and hiding in the sand.
... side-show stands. There were some art and craft shops too, but it was repetitive. Hmmm Friday in New York was Cruise and shoes day. We managed to leave the house even earlier... we were in the train by 10am! We took a 2 hour cruise that sailed around the southern half of Manhattan Island and back to the wharf. A guide was giving us all the historical info along the way which added a nice depth to the sights, and the weather was beautiful (lucky we didn't do this one yesterday as ...
Szentendre is where the locals vacation. There are many restaurants and you can walk by the Danube. The town has a theatre and some interesting sights and shops.
Café Christine is a good place to eat, the food is good but ...
... an aching butt too? Hit the gym fatty.
If you are willing to keep to a strict budget, a three-week trip to EBC is quite affordable. All up (including all flights), you can expect to spend $2k - $3k. This, of course, depends on how much equipment you will need to purchase upfront (backpack, clothing, boots, etc), and how 'fancy' you want your lifestyle to be whilst you lounge in Kathmandu. If you are going pretty ...