Caesars Atlantic City
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... restaurant a friend had recommended but unfortunately they were closed for a wedding. We chose MP Taverna, a Greek restaurant, instead. Good food and huge servings! After lunch we explored a bit. It’s a really cute little town but there’s not much to see in terms of shops. Because of the warm autumn we’ve had, the leaves were still only starting to turn colour. We walked around and admired the huge houses and accidently ended up walking across a field that was ...
... heading north. We were on this for quite awhile and eventually ended up getting some good sandwiches at the Rocky Hill Country Store in Berlin, NY. It was raining by now quite decently and dampened our crossing into Vermont around the Bennington area, which we just passed through without stopping. We got gas in Shaftesbury VT and some expensive chocolate at this little road side store and settled into our hotel in Rutland, a nice Best Western. We ...
... s Palace is right on the Atlantic City Boardwalk, so we spent the next two hours walking the boardwalk, watching people, walking out to the beach, shopping and eating ice cream. It was a nice afternoon until I went to take a picture of the Korean War Memorial. There was a black man that went nuts because he was going to be in my picture. He gave me a string of profanities and a look to kill. That was one of the few times I ...
... after just coming back from Spain so I did not have much to play with. We found delicious giant pizza slices though, right on the board walk. I would return just for that pizza... We did go to the beach this time. It was not exactly the cleanest or most lovely but it was still a relaxing pass ...
... I had the honor of acting as house leader on two homes next to each other on Massachusetts Ave. 508 Mass belonged to Anthony Jones, a 52 year old black man, father of two grown children. 510 Mass ave was the home of Stacy and Taya Brown and their 5 children under 12, who since Sandy, are now living in a FEMA trailer. At 508, the crew of 6 was from Pennsylvania and was led by Doug Miller and his wife Kathy who are ...