Econo Lodge Newark
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The journey begins... For the next 17 days, we are going to experience some of the best places Western Europe has to offer. Enjoy the ride: Brussels, Belgium Antwerp, Belgium Amsterdam, Netherlands Paris, France Munich, Germany Innsbruck, Austria Liechtenstein Zurich, Switzerland Lucerne, Switzerland Wengen, Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland St Tropez, France Nice, France Monaco Venice, Italy ...
... was about a 45-minute ride. Once again, Siri gave us bad directions, but not so far off that we didn't find it.
Lots of school buses parked outside. Not a great sign, but it looked to be a big place, so hopefully no problem. We purchased our tickets then stopped by the large Visitor’s Center to see the 25-minute movie, which was well-done.
We made our way to the house, stopping on the way to visit ...
... back across the street and found the desk where we bought our tickets. We had half an hour until our tour....10:30am. Just enought time to see the Liberty Bell again! There was no need to read all the info this time, we just headed straight for the bell and took some pictures. It was the perfect way to pass some time, and after 15 minutes or so, we headed sheepishly back through the security gates for Independence Hall.
... Birthday Shannon!!! Quarter of a Century!!!
Today we didn’t do too much. Jared needed to do some work on drawings for an addition he is designing for my Uncle Mike so he did that pretty much all day and I relaxed. It was an exhausting weekend so we were pretty tired. We just stayed in tonight and watched some tv with my mom and dad.
... Pass arrived yesterday; my ticket to the great outdoors and badge of acceptance come late May. For now though, it serves as a lingering reminder of everything I still need to do to prepare for my "Cannonball Run" style adventure. This weekend is about inventory assessment. What do I have? What do I need to replace? What do I still need to purchase? Everything from camping food to emergency gas ...