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Dinner was at Steve's Steaks, where we had extremely SLOW service and mediocre cheese steak subs. The quality paled in comparison with Jim's Steaks, where we had lunch the day before. If we had it to do over, we would skip the optional excursion (which included the inferior meal) and just explore more of the historic district on our own. Just saying...
... throwing a spanner in the works for the entire NorthEast flight operations.
I get about 10 texts over the next hour as the departure time continuously fluctuates, eventually leaving just over an hour late. It will make my Atlanta connection very tight. I sit in my aisle seat, share only the most superficial of pleasantries with the cotton top lady in the middle seat, put in the noise cancelling earphones and let Pink Floyd take me away. At some ...
... treatment; his cell was filled with lavish materials that covered his furniture, a mirror and dressing table. He was also allowed to play music! Look out for the pic of his and than the other cells. The difference is quite shocking. One of the most exciting things about the visit was a nearly successful escape mission whereby 2 men planned to dig a tunnel underneath the building. The plan before they started was extremely detailed and clever for the time, the tunnel ...
1st November 2013
Start: Alamo, 129 Montgomery St, New Jersey City, New Jersey
Finish: Ramada Levittown, 6201 Bristol Pike, Levittown, Pennsylvania
Miles travelled: 118
Today we began our trip. We collected our car from the New Jersey office an hour late as we got lost in the New York metro system. After that though it was smooth sailing. We were given a brand new Hyundai Sonata with only 31 miles on the odometer. Tree was added as ...
We made a number of stops along the way to Pemberton, mainly because it was so hot, but also because we were once again driving in rush hour and NJ drivers (or at least the ones we encountered yesterday between the hours of 4-6pm) were in hurry to get somewhere and did NOT want to be held up by a 30 ft. RV from Michigan. Yeesh. I had to put all my weight into my horn at one point when someone veered out of an exit lane right in front of me.
One stop was Dunkin' ...