Victorian by the Sea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free parking
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... Games are huge attractions that the fair has and how they make a good percentage of the money they make. The people who run the games stand there trying to pull you in. Yelling out deals like, “oh i'll give you two games for the price of one and guarantee you'll walk away with a prize.” I've noticed that they mostly yell at couples, trying to convince the guy to win his date a prize, or parents who have younger children with them, these people ...
... 30,000 visitors from around the world that come down to enjoy the festivities and the food. If you have the time you could also visit the neighboring town of Camden, Camden is known by its slogan "Where the mountains meet the sea. It’s also known for its picturesque beauty and the views from the top of Mount Batty.
If you’re staying for a weekend lodging is no issue, Rockland has you covered with over 10 hotels and ...
... to reflect. Though much much younger than I, Jeff might still qualify as old. He is a man among men, and he is technically retired. He has retired from education administration to be a self-employed organic farmer. Granted, it's a peculiar form of retirement. The word "peculiar" leapt out from this reflection, and triggered a flash of Edwin Arlington Robinson author of the poem, "Richard Cory". Paul Simon put Richard Cory to song in the 60's, on ...
... of this simple motel which was not true ....
When we came back to the motel room after the walk, it was about noon time. Our plan for the afternoon was to explore some places we did not see yesterday. Phil's daughter told us that the big tip toe and little tip toe mountains had great views. So we first went there. We first went to the big tip toe mountain. A very short hike, but a rather difficult (even though short) climb up rocks, we got ...
... hospital appointments. We wanted an early start to the fair, so I got on a 6am train from the local station (Amtrak again so a pleasure and $8 for a 30min journey with wifi) and headed to Freeport. What I hadn't counted on was that Lesley lives on a bus (converted to run on vegetable oil as attentive readers will remember) so she didn't check her emails again the night before or the following morning. So by 6:50am I was concerned she hadn't shown up ...