East Norwich Inn
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That's all. Not even haunted like I wished for. Lol
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... and knew how to put on a show, I was lost you can only wonder ow they do the things they do, I wasn't lucky enough to get on stage but I still had a blast. Every teenager loves a good magic show and this was fantastic, a must do if you have school group.
It was time to learn about the under side of New York that everyone overlooks so I headed off to my next ...
... Americans to get on and off transport on the cruise organised excursions.... ( sounds a bit harsh but will fill you in later ) have never seem so many people eating themselves to death Lunch at the barking crab .. Delicious.. King crab claws and lobster roll . Newport is fascinating. Loved Boston , Newport and Bar Harbour .. Oh and ...
... were a little pretentious with their hipster whiskey, but these guys know what they are talking about! I was so surprised that it was so good. We tasted the chocolate whiskey last. To make this they used left over husks from the cacao beans used by Mast Brothers, a Brooklyn craft chocolate maker that just happened to be my next stop, and infused their moonshine with it. This one was my favorite. It wasn't sweet but you could still taste the dark chocolate. It was incredible and ...
... to escape war. Again there was an audio tour which we could stop/start as we moved through the different halls and galleries. There was a lot of extra information on display boards and we could have spent a lot longer than the 45 minutes covered in the audio tour but we had a Wall Street walking tour booked for 1pm so we had to get back to Lower Manhattan. The Wall Street walking tour began with a bit of history. The Lower Manhattan area was originally settled ...
... a home that, though small, is so much more spacious than our 29 ft. motorhome (and feeling a teensy bit of longing for such a home again), we went to the parking garage, loaded ourselves back into his convertible, and took off for NJ.
We have a two day stand in Mine Hill after this which will be interesting because we don't have a sponsor there though we've had one in the past. Hopefully we'll have good crowds...the weather is supposed to be ...