Linden Motor Inn
Travel Blogs from Brooklyn
... had fun.
B) I must be kinder to strangers.
C) I like bike touring, but will only attempt it again under specific circumstances.
D) Traveling is really ******ned hard without a smartphone.
E) We must travel away from home to appreciate what we have at home.
F) My family cares deeply about me and my well being.
G) I do not play the harmonica.
H) Beards pass the itchy stage after about one month.
I) You can only get so wet.
J) Foreign ...
... The Cyclone" roller coaster, built in 1927, and ruined our backs/necks with glee. I also ruined my bowels with a hot dog and funnel cake (deep fried dough, very thin, like spaghetti). It was pretty fun though, so Coney Island gets a thumbs up.
We also moved into our new lab last week. It's glorious and I have loads of space for activities on my bench (or at least piling up rubbish that I can't be bothered disposing of). We are right next to the patio, which is ...
... There’s food and art vendors scattered along the way along with great sculptures, beautiful plants and great views of Manhattan. We also swung past Magnolia Bakery (very busy) and saw a wedding in a small park. (Had some personal significance but not really a “wedding” kind of park).
On Sunday we headed to Dumbo in Brooklyn to check out Smorgasburg. There are two different locations with one on Saturday and one on ...
Did a bit more sightseeing yesterday, then last night we went to see the off broadway play Avenue Q, which was hilarious! We had front row seats which was awesome! it pays to book early :3 The most thrilling part for me though was overhearing the female lead warming up her voice before the show, I'm a geek like that :3 while we ...
... wet and soggy, the bun absorbs the meat juice and becomes a glue-like paste. You get four burgers in one meal, I ate five, but only because I felt bad throwing them out (someone else didn't want theirs). Never again. Seriously, McDonald's smashes White Castle out of the water, and McD's is a pretty average burger joint!
After that we decided to check out the south shore of Long Island, going through Amityville to get there. Apparently there was ...