Holiday Inn Express East End
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... br> We met Magda, Denise, Joseph and Cynthia at the house and it wasn't too long before we headed to the beach! It was a beautiful evening and we managed to get a few hours of sun before heading back to the house. Sylwia arrived a bit later and Pawell the next day. Cynthia and Joseph had bought supplies for our first dinner – delicious barbequed steak, ribs and vegetables with a bit of Pawel’s rum cake to top it all off. The weekend ...
... the interchange at East Haven cause we may have taken the wrong exit (twice) and had to 'make a legal u-turn where possible and return to the designated route'. Geoff doing well with the right-hand side of the road driving but pretty tired cause it takes a lot of concentration. The B&B was nice and had a lovely view from our window across a small beach and bay. Owners were very friendly and helped us decide what to do in the next 4 days. Dinner, beach walk, bed. Surprise ...
... is what our trip looked like;
June 20 departed Jocotepec at 8am arrived at Matehuala , Mexico at 8pm 273 miles
June 21 departed Matehuala, Mexico at 9am arrived at Laredo, Texas at 10pm 381 miles = Slept overnight at Stripes Gas Station.
June 22 arrived at GOLIAD, Texas 174 miles and stayed 2 nights at Aranama RV Park.
June 24 departed Goliad, TX at 7am arrived at LUFKIN, Texas at 3:30pm 280 Miles = Slept at Walmart parking ...
... prompting one of the top aides in the New York state governor's office to refer to the Tappan Zee as the “hold-your-breath bridge.” A 2009 state report noted that the Tappan Zee’s engineers designed it to be “nonredundant,” meaning that one "critical fracture could make the bridge fail completely because its supports couldn’t transfer the structure’s load to other supports."
... had 32. The rest around mid to high 20's. After the round of golf we had all been prepped about the showers, 96 litres/min absolutely BOT. Some small people in our party, (Mr D. Warf) had to be peeled off the back wall such was the pressure. No one thought that Baltusrol showers could be beat but they were, right here at Friars head. GBU victory keeps them in the race with 3 points taking them to 27 points and only half a point behind The 3 Peas who are on ...