Grove Pointe Apartments
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... thought it was only going to take us a little over an hour to get to Philly, stupid east coast roads got us all mixed up! So...we finally made it to Philadelphia 4 hours later and checked into our hotel. We had a ghost tour planned but ended up rescheduling for tomorrow night because we all need a good nights sleep! After the kids and Mark get back from swimming we are hitting the ...
... where I was told to stand for a driver holding a sign with my name on it that was set up by the school. Half an hour later and no sign.
Just wanting to get to my luxury five-star hotel that cost as much as a Days Inn as soon as possible, I found a certified airport cab and went on my way. One thing I know from all airport experiences I've had, from Laguardia to Cancun, don't take a ride from anyone who comes up to you asking if you need a cab, they ...
... Brazil, New Amsterdam; they all have one thing in common - recreate old worlds into new and let me tell you, they have held onto as much of their culture as they could.
China Town featured a very unique golden arch with Chinese characters for the name McDonalds. Little Italy was having a saints day parade, where stalls of all things Italian were lined across the streets that may have come straight out of the film, The Godfather. We had lunch at ...
... just taking the subway to new neighborhoods or walking around and soaking up the energy. I like to try to guess the languages I’m hearing, and usually fail.
Given all the times we’ve been here, we thought it was about time to see the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island instead of taking the free Staten Island Ferry near them.
We paid $18 apiece for the boat rides. Both sites are actually free and are run by the National Park ...
... RV and Marina to check in for 2 nights. It was $58 per night to park and sleep in our van in there dry section ( meaning no power or hydro ). We were very pleased to be finally somewhere to park the car up and have a well needed shower!! We went to the surf club, right by the RV park for dinner as a huge thunder and lighting storm started. It was amazing and then it started poring down!! We were back to the van after 10pm to call it a ...