Holiday Inn Clark - Newark
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... looking very small. The ferry takes about 400 people at a time and everybody is herded on. We sit up top and the boat moored at the wharf is rolling back and forth at the worth. Everybody is just about falling over getting on.
We are soon on our way and its a pretty smooth crossing. Finally we pull in and get off and walk onto the island. I thought it was just a grassy patch with the statue but it has a shop, cafe, post office, outdoor eating area ...
... at Chobani in Soho, (It's the company Liz is working for, just beginning to establish itself in Australia), and watched in amazement (from our comfortably cozy apartment) as a young dad played first gridiron, then soccer for well over an hour in pouring rain and fierce cold with 3 enthusiastic little kids aged 3, 5 and perhaps 8. George ventured out bravely (?? or for a cigar...) to get ingredients for a warming dinner at home! On Sunday morning we again attended Mass at ...
... day everyone seemed to be in a good mood. We were both starving so we stopped at the Taco Truck and split a Chorizo burrito. Besides the terrible plastic knife we had to cut it with it was absolutely delicious. It was massive so splitting it was perfect. We have decided to split almost everything we get while in the USA because portions are so big. If we are still hungry afterwards we can always try something else but this way we save money and don’t get stuffed and fat. ...
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Europe was a wild ride. I encountered new parts of myself in the most surprising ways. Traveling in Europe brought me a new found American patriotism. A strong American patriotism. I never expected to encounter so many situations where I would think to myself "Hay, good job America. We are totally doing SOMETHING right. Europe, you ...
... amazing people. We stayed at thier home and they treated us as if we were family. They gave us pointers on what to do and places to see and was always there when we needed them. One of the days the both of them worked a 14hour day and came home and literally stayed up talking with Tiffany and I all night long. We talked about everything; life, travel, people, experiences, etc. Juliana said we are always welcomed to her home and we wouldn't have to book through airbnb. That we are ...