Journeys End Motel
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... of a Dr Dre film clip.
Unperturbed we played some poker, roulette and slots. Our stake was small but lasted a few hours which was long enough to justify the outlay. The free drinks certainly helped to overcome the drab interiors and the fact that our feet were sticking to the carpet.
We checked out the beach in the morning before we left and it had a nice break, with a few brave surfers and a couple of sunbathers. Alas the boardwalk was still empty. ...
... to Atlantic City, but I was really not impressed with what was there. The tourist area was minimal and there were no souvenir shops as far down as I walked. The only thing available to me was a shopping mall along the beach where most of the stores had closed so it looked minimal. There were also restaurants and Casinos, but really, I had no desire to waste a fortune trying to score big.
... and swam for as long as they could take it. Thursday night was tacos at our place and then Win, Lose or Draw after the kids were asleep.
Friday morning the sun was out and we headed to the beach. We had a great setup and an awesome day at the beach! Of course we're all wiped out now but ready to do it again tomorrow!
... enjoyed! Our place in Atlantic City is very nice, it felt great actually unpacking our bags into drawers since were staying here 4 nights! We had a great night my parents, Jason, Amy, Vic, Cameron and Noah. With 3 units, 7 adults and 4 kids ages 3 to 6, were a loud, fun ...
... that was tough. Leaving the bar where I've spent so many great nights having fun dancing and meeting great people all while making a buck. Selling my scooter to a new acquaintance on the last day possible turned him into a good friend, but it was hard to let go of, as it made my whole past spring and summer in Philadelphia seem like something out of a movie or a dream. Last but not least, the city of Philadelphia itself of which I adore, my last sight ...