Econo Lodge Somerset
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a great chance to catch up on updating the blog. Another shared meal
together which was lovely and an evening of chatting. We've loved
getting to know Shack, Lisa and Sophie. Would be so nice to have as
much time as we wanted at our disposal but thankfully we at least
have the net to stay in touch with people.
August 6th – day 94
We left Mendham and headed to Liberty
State Park in Jersey. ...
... Tiffany and seeing a special exhibition of two iris and two rose paintings by Van Gogh, no photos allowed in there. Came back on the bus, very slow but interesting, went for dinner at Back Forty West where we had brick chicken and wine in water tumblers. On the way back stopped in at a clothing shop with walls full of ancient sewing machines and all sorts of machines such as mangles as display ...
So far, so good. Knock on wood, but the trip has gotten off to a smooth start! To explain a bit of how I ended up on the trip of a lifetime... Lauren, Jennifer, and I are all members of the University of Central Missouri's Honors College. Through this program we are given the opportunity and encouraged to study abroad. So after an application and interview process, we were selected to participate in a three ...
... passions in the Medieval & Renaissance, and Impressionist sections. You could really spend many days here and not see the same room twice. We ran out of time, and had to leave to get to the Monteverdi, with only time for a Negroni (delicious!!) in Lexington Avenue for dinner! Sunday morning was an opportunity for more music, at Trinity Wall Street after breakfast at the Stage Door Diner, which was an experience! Our food was served on trays with plastic plates and cutlery, ...
... I made it for my 4pm tour (it took an hour to get from midtown to LES so was quite a journey!) and wasn't it worth it!!
The Tenement museum is a block of flats that have been converted into a museum to show how immigrants lived when the came to NYC from the 1860s to the 1930s - when the building was finally condemned.
The only way you see this museum is by tour and there are several different tours focusing ...