Extended Stay America - Hanover - Parsippany
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... stay there! We were still committed to taking the full year off, but needed a new plan for where to live and visit during the next several months.
Here's is what we've come up with so far:
- November - Rent a condo in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. Why? It's warmer and cheaper than New Jersey. We like the idea of moving south some day, so need to ...
... and siren whaling!! Rob, he wants ME to pull over - what have I done?! So I pull over and the cop gets out of his car and tells me 'Mam the reason I pulled you over today is that here in Maryland we have a law that if you see an emergency vee-hicle on the side of the road with lights flashing you have to pull over to the left hand lane'. Really? I say. Anyway he was a sharp dude and noticed I was out of ...
... Matt stood with the boards each side of his head so we could guide him back, if there's something at the side of their heads they think it's a wall so turn away from it, but Janelle saved the day, she was like Superwoman, or a pig whisperer! He was back inside after about 5 minutes of freedom though, and he wanted more! Turns out he got out because the electric fence had gone off and he realised it and then pushed his way through, and under the ...
... at the end as the current was much stronger and the organisers of the tour weren’t very helpful and a local ended up helping them. They said it was a scary experience and a bit of a disappointing end to the day.
On Sunday we had a pretty lazy day although Matt headed out for a training session. On his way back home he heard some cool music and went to check it out. He stumbled across a "Mr Sunday" outdoor party. He raced home and dragged me out with ...
... we have any jobs in New Zealand. We replied “No”. Then he asked us “how much money we had” and we told him. By this time the officer had rolled his eyes several times and shook his heads a few times too in disapproving manner, before saying, “So let me get this straight, you are travelling the world. You have no home, no job, and no money.” Talk about making you feel stink for doing something amazing. But we just said “Yes”. He finally let ...