The Sea Spray Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in New Jersey straight across the bay from New York. We could see the back of the Statute of Liberty and Ellis Island. It was called Liberty RV park. We camped on cement and it was $85 a night but the perfect spot. The lights of the city were ...
... 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.
... way to do that then buy an iPhone. The hype of the release of the 5 had died down a little, so it easier to get into the store and talk to a few people before getting the phone. I was pretty happy with the buy but not as happy as Subash (I need to keep an eye on him)
After our little retail therapy we went to high line park. Now this park is a beautiful park that is architecturally original. The park is designed on a French rail line on the lower west ...
... should have come with free visit to a cardiologist, with numerous sausages, sauerbraten, cabbage and potatoes.
Be careful about telling the musicians where you are from unless you are prepared to hear every home town song played on ...
... launching point for an Everest summit bid. The base camp on the Nepal side is the more common choice, and a much better experience from a trekkers perspective. The Chinese government is attempting to build a paved road directly to the China-side base camp, but, the project has stalled. Regardless, the trip to get to the China-side base camp is much less arduous whereas the Nepal-side base camp takes roughly a week of hiking to reach.