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... statues of people involved in the creation and placement of the Statue of Liberty (Emma Lazarus, Joseph Pulitzer, Alexandre Gustavo Eiffel, Frederic Gustave Bartoldi, and Edouard Rene de Laboulaye). I have never before seen them (or even pictures of them). To me, they were every bit as interesting as the Statue itself. I had known that Emma Lazarus wrote the poem about the statue and Bartoldi was the sculptor, and ...
... for breakfast. Dad, Jameson, and I shared the assorted desserts we got from Donna Belle's in New York City for dessert. I went back on deck and watched the lightning storms over New York City in the distance. It was fantastic to watch, huge bolts of red and white like I’ve never seen before giving the illusion of striking right over the lit up skyscrapers. I watched as the Vera Narrows Bridge and the entire skyline disappeared completely with ...
On the second day of the Ireland trip, we decided to drive down to the trail head of the Henry Hudson Rail Trail and ride our bikes. The ride was about 19 miles on very flat terrain. It was a nice ride. At the halfway mark of the ride we stopped at a beach at the Sandy Hook Bay. We also stopped at a bridge where we saw a cool looking bird. But we don't know what it was called.
... of crossroads of meetings and encounters all making impacts... some deeper than others, but all important when you share part of whom you are and vice-versa- people take that with them. You can truly carry people with you always, anywhere... they live in your thoughts- sometimes it makes you wonder, are you living in theirs? Its come time to consolidate... I started selecting the items of clothing and shoes that are coming with. It will be ...
... workplace, Merchant House Museum in the East Village. The museum is essentially a family home of a wealthy merchant and still has the furniture of the 1800s. We were amused by an explanatory note on a writing desk which read "During the 19th century letter writing was the most common way to communicate. People sent news, greetings, invitations and more through the mail!" We remember writing letters; seems like just the other day! Again, ...
Other places to stay in Spring Lake
500 Warren Ave., Spring Lake | 3 star hotelfrom $128
200 Monmouth Ave., Spring Lake | 3 star hotelfrom $110
1507 Ocean Ave, Spring Lake | 3 star hotelfrom $100
700 Rte. 71, Spring Lake | Hotelfrom $75
412 Ocean Road, Spring Lake | Hotelfrom $80