Courtyard by Marriott Rockaway - Mt. Arlington
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... are back at Brix Brewery. Poor *******s are deaf (CAUSE THE MUSIC IS SO LOUD) and its reggae. Doing a lot of winging lately aren't I. Well I'm allowed to I'm old! These guys have a really good setup that could easily be replicated in Australia. (A plan is coming together I think). It's only a small batch place but the setup is so easy. All stainless fermentation tanks and a couple of sparge lauter tuns barrel ageing in ...
... apple is they have an excellent bus system. From the boon docks where we are staying to downtown only $4.50 clean an comfortable coach. Bus lane all the way really quick and impressed! We had purchased online tickets for a variety of events and bus trips. Nope can't use them have to stand in the queue and convert to paper... Bloody long queue but we got it sorted.. Well Times Square and all the other stuff you have ...
Luckily there was breakfast. One, maybe two, ok, three croissants before parting ways with what was one of the most amazing trips I have ever taken.
As much as I was upset about leaving, I was glad to be going home and seeing my family.
Well, we made it to Newark! This was certainly not a given just a few days ago. Monday night we received a text from the airline telling us our flight was cancelled due to the coming blizzard. They recinded this just 4 hours later, but we never knew until today if it would really go or not. Today it is sunny and beautiful in Newark, we can see Manhattan ...
... Bayonne, New Jersey early in the morning, sailing under the Verazano bridge and with a glimpse of the Statue of Liberty in the early morning light. I wondered what it must have been like for all those immigrants who had also sailed passed her with hopes and dreams of a better life for themseves and their families. Well, we didn't get off in a hurry nor with a flatter stomach, ...