The Sea Spray Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 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.
... uppity about the name, so they added a “k” at the end…love it) but since the library gig had gone overtime, we ended up having to pack our half-finished lunches into to-go boxes and take off for the next stop.
When we got there, school was going to be letting out in the next 10-15 minutes, so their program turned into a whirlwind 5 minute presentation in as many classrooms as we could fit in. It ended up being our favorite ...
... fill the voids up higher too. There are places to lay in the sun, to have coffee or lunch, to sit on the grass with family, to sit on wooden benches and read. The views go off to the Hudson River on the Westside or up town to Chelsea, so you can look at all sorts of things. Being all of 1.5miles long at this stage, it wasn't too taxing on the feet which was also a plus. We finished up in a cafe for some red velvet cake and then went home to pack our bags for Hawaii. Good Bye New York, it was ...
In a previous lifetime, I visited this brewery and they made beer, glorious full bodied beer.
Recently, they were purchased by SAB Miller and everything is sanitized and boring. Their factory (note I said factory, not brewery) is a collection of stainless steel pipes, there is not even the smell of beer. They are very proud of the fact that only 23 men actually operate the machines instead of the hundreds previously. Yes, in the ...
... between 20 and 40lbs in it, and, you don't want straps/material failing at 18,000 ft.