The Sea Spray Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Lincoln passed the thirteenth amendment abolishing slavery. Eiffel who built the Eiffel tower was consulted to build the interior for stability. We walked to ground zero to see the newly complete twin tower. The pictures of all the fire fighters who died were on the wall along with some memorials. It was very moving over 400 fire fighters lost their lives. Took the ferry home and Carter made Lasagna and it was delicious. Great ...
... 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.
... up the rowing concept quickly. We were in hysterics as we speared off course or started going around in circles now and then. By the end of the hour though we were all 'experts' and ready for the next Olympics trials. Dinner was in Little Italy which just happened to be holding the 86th San Gennaro street festival. It runs along Mulberry St for 5-6 blocks and it quickly became apparent that each block had the same set of stalls, sausages, cannoli, Italian Cafe/bar, T-shirts, ...
Gundel is still one of the top restaurants in Budapest, but it not cheap. It is right off the City Park and the baths, and the landscaping makes you think you are still in the park. We went for the prix fixe lunch. The show was worth it. The waiters act in tandem making sure everyone is served at exactly the same time ...
... 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 ...