Hilton Garden Inn Lakewood
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... to reduce potential stress situations.
Our budget was a very healthy $400 per day for all expenses other than flights and overland transport (including airport transfers, trains and busses) between cities and countries. Because the transport costs ...
... some other historical notables, Johnathan Witherspoon (signer of the Declaration of Independence), Aaron Burr...I hate him, he dueled and killed Alexander Hamilton (I could barely help from spitting on his grave!), and many of the Stockton family...you know, our former SF VP and Mayor of Bloomington. And the family that Stockton, CA was named for....I took pics of some of the grave for our friends, Steve and Linda Stockton.
... it’s education level to the highest point in the whole country. Knowing all that information I believed it would be really enjoyable to meet him and just see what he would do if he was the governor for a state that I live in.
It’s about 9:00 and after doing so much research about Woodrow Wilson I had to keep looking. And after roaming around ...
... a few drinks, a stroll home and then we retired to replenish our energy for the next days sightseeting.
Day 2 in the Big Apple (Saturday 18th) we had a breakfast of tea and toast from a toaster with butter (real Irish Butter), the small things really make our day now and remind us of home more. Then we headed over to Lower Manhattan to see Ground Zero and see all the areas South of where we had been yesterday. We had a wander round the World Trade Centre area ...
... the toll situation. Our cash was being depleted quickly, but hopping off the hwy in NJ or NY to find a cash machine isn’t all that easy when you’re hauling a rig. So, our son came to our rescue. He had $20.00 in cash in his wallet which he was willing to loan to his parents . . . bless his heart. Only one problem now, his wallet was in the fifth-wheel. So, we did what desperate people do, we acted desperately and ...