Blue Bay Inn
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... as the ferry boat times two square miles. GET ME OUTTA HERE!!!!! We finally got to a corner and turned down a street trying to escape the madness. Across the street from us was a place called Carmine's. Ryan was just telling me this morning how he had eaten there when he was in DC and he bought their cookbook. We were delighted to happen it upon it! Since most musicals had just let out the place was packed but we managed to find two seats at the bar and we ...
... such as baseball and soccer. I've been very impressed how easily you can transition from playing frisbee at lunch outside Madison York assisted living center to your calm demeanor, patience, and ability to bring laughter to the elderly. While at Bethesda kids camp your athleticism helped you evade getting wet initially, but it was fun to see you eventually getting drenched from the kids.
It has been great having you in our Nicki Minaj group and you provided lots of ...
We made it to New Jersey. After navigating some challenging roadways and interchanges we made it to Hoboken. It's a little town just as one would expect with lots of people walking the streets. We are off to find Carlos' bakery and take a chance at finding buddy. The ...
Our first full day in New York and we didn't waste it! We practically saw every main district of Manhattan and slowly throughout the day fell in love with the city! Every area is so completely different! We couldn't believe you could walk down a tranquil street in soho which is minutes away from the bustling time square! I can see why so many different people love New York as it has an area for every type of personality! We loved Greenwich village, the ...
... York City Police Museum. Its permanent home was inundated by Hurricane Sandy and is still being repaired but they have managed to put together an excellent display in a small space. The section about the history of women in the NYPD was fascinating and you certainly wouldn’t want to mess with some of the early "Matrons". Think Mama Morton, only scarier!
Fortified by a spot of lunch in a Bavarian bar/restaurant we wound up at the world’s ...