Country Inn Millville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... their backyards. There were lots of “invisible alarm” flags but luckily no-one came out to chase us! Many people commute from this region to NYC for work.
Next we headed to Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow which seemed to be one town as there wasn’t really a break between the two. The traffic was bad here too since they had cordoned off the streets for a Halloween Parade starting later that afternoon. We walked around a bit, tried some warm spiced apple ...
... dory. We stopped for gas and a bite to eat and the next thing we knew we were at another toll booth [lots of them on the eastern turnpikes] and paid our toll.
But leaving the booth the turnpike split into two routes with destination names we had not heard of - so we had to make a choice --- we did not choose wisely - again. For the next hour and a half we wandered across central New Jersey [with the trailer in tow] ...
... Good appearances overall…we’ve found that at nursing homes, the best use of our time is simply sitting and talking with people; making that personal connection with as many of them as we can. They’re not looking so much to be entertained as they are for someone to talk to, so we’ve toned down the program content and have made time to go table to table, which seems to be going over a lot better. We’ve both held many hands, heard ...
... cared about us, motivated and encouraged us, or helped us in all the ways they did throughout our time there, we wouldn’t have learned nearly as much as we did, or had such a great experience. I wanted them to know that as much they felt they benefited from our presence there, we were blessed to have them in our lives as well.
The day before we left South Africa, 10/17/2011, we had “The Last Supper” at Mr. Dyani’s house. ...
... Donnie for our 15th anniversary, it became clear that he wasn't going to be driving a Formula 1 car. I think this was more disappointing to me than to him. Registration claimed there was only a waist and height restriction, which Donnie was well under. The problem arose when the people who ran the driving school saw how broad Donnie's shoulders are. His shoulders simply wouldn't fit in the car.