Inn at Lambertville Station
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... house, enjoying our final moments in the BMW together. Once back at the house Nathan and David enjoyed watching the Baseball on TV, while Rach enjoyed a tour around the house with Andrea. Andrea is very creative, having many workshops around the house. My favourites in particular were a mini textiles industry for redesigning furniture, and a jewellery making headquarters. Plus it has to be said Andrea and her mum ...
... is a bit of white noise, background noises filters through occasionally and callers sound a bit muted. The plasters in Liverpool are well quipped with knowing all the newly formed techniques. The Droid 3 upgrade is sure to hold your eyes with a 5 row keyboard display instead of a four row keypad. Other than talking, you can keep in touch by sending SMS or MMS messages to your family, friends or colleagues. The Motorola Defy Plus ...
... s place in Manhattan for a "cook-out" or BBQ. Their building had a great shared outdoor space with a BBQ, tables and space for some of the kids to run around. A great way to finish off a fun weekend!
Thursday night, 25th July I headed out to a Meet-up for artists in Manhattan. Melinda, another Aussie artist was also there and it was good to compare notes and see her again. I’m finding most of the meet-ups are miss rather than hit; so ...
Well, we woke up late, jumped up, and somehow, amazingly all 3 of us were able to get ready in 1/2 hour, including showers, and get out the door! We flew down I-95 and magically made it to the airport at 8:05. We were supposed to meet my parents by 8:00.
Going thru TSA wasn't as bad as we anticipated and really wasn't a problem for us at all. We thought it would be an issue after the Boston Marathon bombings this ...
... to them, so I resisted the urge.
After the first 30 or so horse and traps that I had to pass really slowly, so as not to frighten the horse, I was sooo over the Amish. lol.
Rest of the drive was really relaxing. Arrived at a very old hotel called Lambertville House. The room had a four poster bed and a balcony over looking the main street (which you were not allowed to bloody smoke on!!!) The room was called The ...