New Hope's 1870 Wedgwood Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... coffee from Dunkin. Yes, they have a
Dunkin Donuts in the airport. Except they had no ice… so that left us having
lunch at Wendy’s. Hey, we wanted to make that last Honduran meal an authentic
one! I was able to doze for a bit on the plane to Mexico City, since I needed
to keep up my energy for that 9 hour layover. Yes, I said NINE HOURS!!! OMG.
The first 5-6 hours weren’t too bad, actually. We looked at all the pictures,
After a lazy morning we enjoyed another ride in the convertible BMW. Rachel's hair went flying, it was a 'Bridget Jones' moment! Nevertheless we loved it. David took us on a great tour driving us around Asbury Park, taking us to many of the beautiful sights before picking Andrea up from work. We were treated to ...
... rows and rows of row houses boarding both sides of the interstate. We checkin and search out someplace for dinner. Well, Grace found a mall nearby so we made a quick stop there to shop and walk. Uh oh, the rain is back, and pouring hard again. We found a great local Italian restaurant called Mama Mia's with outstanding service and tasty food. After dinner we retired to our hotel for the night. Tomorrow we have our longest driving day. Next stop - Albany, New ...
... in 1916 as his Manhattan home and on his death was bequeathed to the city as a museum. WOW. Jill walked around the rooms with her mouth open at all the paintings that he had collected. To give some idea of the value of his collection, he paid $US 1.2 million for the eight paintings in the drawing room in 1915, and they were the cheap ones! This would have to be the 'Must See' art collection for anyone interested in fine art.
We then headed to the ...
Welcome to my travel blog! The idea for this adventure originated last September, when I joined my friend Jake on our second Norwegian Cruise Line cruise of 2012. The first was an 11-day Caribbean cruise in the winter, followed by a week-long cruise from Boston to Bermuda in the fall, both on the Norwegian Dawn. I had previously sailed on Norwegian three other times, including their largest ship (and third-largest in the world), Norwegian ...