DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Tinton Falls - Eatontown
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... sent up to the room. We thanked him for his consideration and headed off for breakfast. We settled on the "Flame Diner" and ordered an omelet each. Each one was gi-normous and as we were just getting used to the size of the meal, the waitress brings out toast as well. The toast was done over a flame and tasted just like you would make when out camping over the camp fire, very noice. Breakfast has kept us going all day. While we were ...
Today we met in the lobby to take busses to the racecourse. The smart ones brought there luggage and checked it in. We unfortunately were not smart and left it at the hotel. We enjoyed going up to the hospitality suite for lunch and a champagne reception. They also served a summer drink called Pimms which consisted of beer, iced tea, lemonade and gin. I didn't really care for it though. Mitch and I got lucky on ...
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Well, thats it for now. Check out the route. Pretty crazy. Yippee.... off we go.
Update: Before I could send this, our flight is delayed by 20minutes...lets hope its not the precursor to more delays.. We do have a connection at Heathrow to get us to Gothenburg, Sweden, so I hope all the pieces fall into place.
... past the Harlem Tunnel vent buildings - they have one on the opposite shore too. Ugly.
We are just over 8 hours now. As we get nearer the end there are a few more people out along the sea wall.
13:30 Louise got all the onlookers to cheer and clap as Bryan came in.
The Trophy sped ahead of us to oversee the finish.
Eight hours 29 minutes and 54 seconds
Bryan was done!
Well Done Bryan - Congratulations
... we hopped on his motorcycle, drove through the underwater tunnel, and went rock climbing at the Cliffs with his friend Gus. It was too coooool. After that we drove to see his parents on the upper east side and their house smelt like Malta:) Then he took me for a ride around on the FDR highway and we saw the city and bridges lit up. Then he dropped me off at my hotel. Best day of my ...