Comfort Inn Riverfront
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... savings of not having to stay at a motel or eating out in restaurants it's not so bad. Jan has a new "scrubby-thing" on a stick that she's going to use on the windshield. It just drank a quarter of a big bottle of Dawn. Can't wait to see if it actually works because we wiped out a large percentage of the flying insects between North Carolina and here today. So far she has soap all over the ground and herself. Not sure if the windshield is deriving any benefit. Will keep you ...
Today was our last day in NYC, We went out for brekky (I got to pick) and had a last look around before catching 2 hour train to Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It was very humid when we departed the train station. We jumped in a taxi and drove to our hotel; Hawthorn. It had free cookies! Yum ;) We checked in ...
... did the tour when I was 8, we got a Hershey Bar. This time we got a small Kit Kat. I found the whole place to be a giant tourist trap. You can buy candy here, but it is all stuff you can buy at a local grocery store. There are T-shirts, sweatshirts etc if you want those, but you will have to be jostled by a lot of people. It was 4th of July, so maybe at some other time of year it would be more enjoyable.
We went back ...
... on Saturday. Mike is sure one of them fell into the Johnny on the Spot, helped by his "friends". We had the option to choose one of several fast food spots for lunch so we visited Arby's while others went to Burger King or Subway. Several people chose to pass the time by playing cards at the back of the bus, while others talked, read or dozed. Connie drew several names for prizes and then Tanner, our youngest passenger at 13 drew more ...
... build brand new fancy apartment buildings! Right were there was a big open lot, now there's a upscale apartment complex with a trendy cafe on the main floor and a sign "Live Boldly" live here.
So the moral of the story? "a neighborhood has to die before it can be brought back to life?" To build an upscale apartment in a Stage 2 Decay neighorhood would probably be a disaster... but Stage 4? Well, there's hardly anything left to tear down--and very few low income residents ...