Villa Park House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... so hung out and waited in a fast current fun for skipper. We were just going to turn back but it opened so off we went. It was really foggy but as we approached NYC and the East River the ceiling lifted still very cloudy but not thick pea soup! Going North up the East River was amazing the Statue of Liberty, Manhaton, Connie Island, Brooklyn we past it all. Lots of industrial buildings and barges ...
All the women from the family's church went to the Pastor's Daughter's Baby Shower. This was a really fun experience getting together with all the girls and talking about babies. There were some good activities and great flood & drink! We were ironing Pooh Bear transfers on to onesies and writing words of wisdom ...
... Bridge was quite welcomed by all of us. It was a beautiful day, but with the level of exhaustion (and the level of hangover), we decided to stop short at Sandy Hook instead of heading out into the Atlantic to tackle the first 20 miles of the Jersey coast. We have a beautiful little anchorage near the local Coast Guard Station, and we enjoyed a great sunset. We'll be up early to get a move on farther south.
... far apart to meet up with them presently, but we made plans to meet them for dinner.
With a full evening booked, we continued to Staten Island where we found free parking to precede our free ferry ride. It was a wonderful little trip at sunset--pictures are attached :)
Because sunset in New York also means rush hour in New York, we were running late and had to drive straight to Chili's to meet our friends. But we made it! It was so good to talk with people who are ...
... of the regions that had most fascinated me for some time. My feelings toward West Africa were similar, particularly the nearly empty regions of the Sahara Desert and its northern and southern fringes. We frequently hear about how globalization is making the world smaller and in many ways more homogenous as ever more people discard traditional lifestyles for modern conveniences. West Africa is one of those places where many aspects of life have ...