Strawberry Park Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I had a moment of disorientation when Addie woke me up this morning. Apparently I brought the wrong phone charger on the trip, and my phone was almost dead last night so I turned it off before bed to save the battery. When I turned it back on to check the time, it said it was 10 o'clock! I couldn't believe I'd slept 12 hours, much less that Addie had been that patient. But there it was. It took me about 10 minutes of rushing around to realize that the phone ...
... discuss the top-secret Manhattan project (to develop an atom bomb). U.S. Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter was a friend of both FDR and Bohr and served as a contact person between the two. A letter dated September 8, 1944, Frankfurter began thus:
Here is a letter from my Danish friend.'
The 'friend' was Niels Bohr. Unfortunately, Jens was unable to find the Bohr letter and has now sent ...
... each other with opulence. It was a seventy room mansion with sea views hence the name Breakers because of the sea breaking over the shore. It was sold to the equivalent of their National trust in 1972 for $365000 We left behind the Pilgrims and The Mansions and made our way towards Mystic for our overnight stop. Unfortunately we were outside of town so we didn't actually get to see the town of Mystic but the town map looked very ...
... Groton Long Point, Noank, Mystic, and Stonington. We also saw some beautiful homes and cottages along the way.
September 13, we transitioned to Black Bear Campground in Florida, NY.
September 14, we moved from Florida to the West Chester/Philadelphia ...
... a 368-foot collier (coal transport ship) underway from New York to Boston. Within 15 minutes Black Point had sunk in 100 feet of water less than 4 miles south of Point Judith. She was the last US-flagged merchant ship lost in World War II. Twelve men died, while 34 crew members were rescued. One of the rescuing ships sent a report of the torpedoing to authorities. The US Navy organized a "hunter-killer" group that included four ...