Laurel Pond Resort
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We awoke early and caught the free shuttle to the airport. It was only a little chaotic. With no one at the check in desk, it meant machines were our only allies. As soon as we had checked in, our bags were lifted high above the counter. One person ran across the counters collecting the bags one by one, not time even for a smile. With no one to ask about seat changes, we boarded the ...
... application declares: "6 points of identification - it keeps us all safe." Of course, I didn't bring enough. I also require a marriage license and a birth certificate. But first, I have to send an application to the Social Security administration to legally change my last name, even though my details are still in the system from the NJ license I got when I was 17.
All this to get a library card. It's a good thing I have 8 weeks on my ...
... But I finally got there. Took me a little over an hour from my hotel. It's in Long Island...like the Iced Tea! Very snooty rich! And you could tell. Nice homes.
Unlike John and John Quincy Adams, who were father and son, the Roosevelts (Teddy and FDR) were more distantly related...they were 5th cousins. Teddy was never supposed to be President. As with several others, he was reluctantly offered the VP spot thinking by ...
Today we woke up a lot later than we have been in the past few days which is good. We froze to death during the night though so I wasn't as well rested as I'd hoped.
Our main mission for the day was to make it to the football game we had tickets for - The New York Giants vs Philadelphia Eagles.
The game was in New Jersey, in East Rutherford at Metlife Stadium. It was easy enough to get to since we're staying a ...
We collected miscellaneous observations, tips and mindless ramblings about the US leg of our trip.
1. Words and images of the US state and national parks and recreation areas are incomparable to the experience of seeing, touching, hearing and smelling. One must see them to truly experience them. Go do it!
2. Be sure to get out into the wilderness. More than one park ranger told us that only ...