Homewood Suites Dover-Rockaway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Worst. Winter. EVER!!! Ok...... Only since 1850..... But, STILL!!! We've been hit with a snow storm practically every Monday for weeks now. Snow. Ice. Freezing rain. This winter is going down as the 4th coldest in recorded history. Ouch! Enough is enough!!! Time to get the heck OUT of here! I've been dreaming of Excellence Playa Mujeres and plotting my return since I first set foot on the property a few years ago. Since ...
... at the dry-aged House of Beef seemed outsized, so I gave that a pass. Ultimately, I was seduced by the inviting aroma of rosemary from the Smashburger outlet. I think I also remember someone saying something good about them at some point. Verdict: pretty good. I'd have liked less oil and more rosemary on the fries, but the burger was juicy and they didn't skimp on the portabellos. They also had three fresh-brewed iced tea options. My receipt ...
... in a lifetime opportunity to enjoy golf at its very best, just minutes from America’s greatest metropolis. Private ferry trip this morning across the Hudson, a few feeling dustier than others and Bux puts in another #NA, or so we thought. Fortunately he managed to get a cab and met us at the club. Great course and lucky no wind which made it manageable. Some great scores today, Bro had 38, Dunners ...
... and the second fastest. We managed to fit in 5 roller coasters. El Toro was the first and probably the most fun, a wooden roller coaster, the fastest one we went on with the most G's put on us. Went on Bizarro next a weed twist on a superman ride, flung us about a lot with 9 loops. Not my favourite. It was after this ride that Kellen felt light headed in need of oxygen for her asthma , we briskly walked her to the First Aid ...
... we decided to go to the Natural History Museum. Despite an admission charge on the door being $88 for the both of us we got away with paying just $2, as they charge a 'suggested donation'. Walked round a bunch of exhibits didn't thing much of them eventually made our way up to the top floor where, for the first time we saw a dinosaur skeleton. Here I managed to check my Aussie bank statement when I found out that I had got my tax rebate ...