Clarion Hotel & Conference Center Toms River
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We had a VERY busy day today. The crew wore our tee shirts given to us by Future of Hope. Lots to do on our last day of service. As you will see, the dumpster is full. 30 sheets of drywall was carried in, a new window was put in, garden cleaned up and black mat down, driveway and flower gardens cleaned up, deck framed. Then we changed into Husker shirts and headed to Seaside Shore Boardwalk where we ...
... house, enjoying our final moments in the BMW together. Once back at the house Nathan and David enjoyed watching the Baseball on TV, while Rach enjoyed a tour around the house with Andrea. Andrea is very creative, having many workshops around the house. My favourites in particular were a mini textiles industry for redesigning furniture, and a jewellery making headquarters. Plus it has to be said Andrea and her mum ...
... pretty happy in what they were doing!
1. The Bible display, highlighting Jehovahs name and many old Bibles. We saw a video of this during the annual meeting last year.
2. Historical display - this one was a bit longer tracing the history of Jehovahs modern day people.
3. Tour of (parts) of 25 Columbia Heights, including an unplanned trip to the roof and fantastic views of New York.
4. Then back on the bus for a short ...
... was $140.59 against the $400 budgeted, and our average daily transport cost was $44.17 against the $130 budgeted. Of our daily costs, we spent an average of $35.71 per day on accommodations (high day of $119 in New Zealand and low day (aside from several ...
... he became the first President to get married while in office. Very cool!
One-term President Benjamin Harrison (remember where he's buried? Yep, Indianapolis) defeated Cleveland in 1888, but he came back and won re-election in 1892. Interestingly, his own party deserted him in 1896, nominating William Jennings Bryan to run against McKinley. How'd that work out for you?
Cleveland is buried in Princeton's cemetery ...