Holiday Inn Clinton
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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Travel Blogs from Clinton
... at the Buck Island National monument. The reef was ok as far as reefs go, as it was apparent that hurricane Hugo years ago had done quite a bit if damage. I did get to see a very beautiful 4 foot barracuda just hanging out near a small patch of coral on the dive, and some pretty cool schooling fish throughout the reef. The highlight for me however was watching my 5 year old Lexi not be afraid at all, and take in ...
... drive on the wrong side of the road?! What's that about!? But once again... when in Rome! Jokes jokes jokes, driving here is awesome, except for stop signs, I just don't see the point in having so many of them, junctions work just as good, or roundabouts haha! I got to drive the truck a fair bit in my last two days in Center Moriches, I loved it, there's a picture of it on here somewhere, was just mint fair play!
3) - GOODBYE/CENTER MORICHES ...
... My fanciful words were still vibrating in the air when, on the first pitch, Aharon Eggleston laid down his second beautiful bunt of the night and the game was won on a walk-off suicide squeeze. This was a particularly amazing feat because, with the bases loaded and one out, the infield was in and the play at home was a force. Gutsy play.
This is why you don't leave until the end of the game. And this is why ...
I woke up at 2 yet again today, and couldn't go back to sleep. So I went downstairs for some time. When I woke up again in the morning, everybody else was heading out the door. So I had breakfast and went with my parents to the DMV, since they needed to get their licenses renewed. After that we went to Dunkin Donuts. When ...
... it was back out on the crazy road.
Once we got past Philadelphia the traffic got better. It is interesting to pass through so many states in a short amount of time...Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey. Double that amount of time driving in Texas and you would still be in Texas. Getting into New Jersey the scenery became very pretty - green, just a bit hilly, farms and fields, vegetables sold by the side of ...