Inn at Lambertville Station
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... City and 30 miles to our day. Once we got sorted out and headed back correctly we headed up the tollway to our hotel in Mount Holly, NJ arriving at our usual time of near 1100 where we found the Slumberland Motel to be all we expected including a self folding coat rack (ask Bill for details). All in all, this was a good day of riding with some issues (hail, rain, getting lost) that made it memorable and added to the history of the trip. On northward ...
... air conditioning. He explained that the parking garage is now complete and official approval has been given to begin using it. He also said that the brothers have organized a warehouse near Tuxedo where they are prefabricating bathrooms - build a bathroonm with fittings, tiling etc and all they have to do it move it into place with a forklift and then connect up services. Keep up to date with any video clips on jw.org - ...
The addition of the tactile keyboard of the Motorola XPRT came at the expense of a smaller than average touchscreen display and to make matters worse, the display quality of the Motorola XPRT isn't a vibrant as most modern smartphones '" especially those within the same price range. Getting on the facts or the specifications, it has organizer applications like alarm clock, stopwatch, calculator, phone book. 5mm headset jack that doesn't support standard headphones. If you are out of ...
... Delaware River. The day started off a bit dreary and initially it rained, but it was actually good that it wasn’t too hot and sunny as we were on the river for about 4 hours! It took a bit longer than usual as the river was flowing very slowly. We were very organised and had rope, floating eskies, drinks, snacks, etc! It took about two hours to get there on a bus (there were 4 buses) and we had to wait a while to get lifejackets before we could set off. We ...
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Breakaway sails on its inaugural transatlantic from Southampton, UK, to New York City on Tuesday, April 30, a 7-night sailing with no stops. Jake, a huge fan of Norwegian Cruise Line, and his mom had already booked this voyage, and Jake suggested I join them. The timing worked out for me, and I agreed. But I also didn’t want to fly to Europe just to board a ship and return to the US. And since I had ...