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... miles driven was one heavy rain squall after another.
This VBT tour more than met our expectations. The guides, Keja &
Peter were sensational. They had to be, as we had to call them on three
different occasions to repair Carolyn's bike. All the meals were excellent with
one exception, last nights. The other 17 who made up the tour group were
wonderful. We became a family and really enjoyed each other’s company.
Even more so, ...
We decided to start our exploration of Long Island on the north side. We took Highway 25-A,, also known as the Washington Spy Trail because George Washington made a pilgrimage along the north coast of the island to thank those that helped him during the revolution by reporting British movements. This road followed very closely his route. It was interesting driving through Great Neck and along the Miracle Mile, an outdoor shopping mall for the rich and ...
... one of the oldest on the island. So old, in fact, that the house is made of white oak which initially covered the whole island until it was completely deforested. All newer homes have been built with red oak. Some of the support beams for the second floor have a specific number of notches indicating to which place they belong. Very cool. We left the house and headed to the skatepark at which point we met John who was there with his kids. We got to talking and John mentioned ...
... too which wasn't pleasant, but the boys did a good job. We saw a couple crashes, one semi on its side.
Rain, rain go away. To the Laundromat and then to do some grocery shopping.
Tuesday 11 th June
Off to New York. Drove to Farmingdale Train Station and caught train-an hour trip to Penn station. Left the subway and checked out NY on a double decker bus tour. We did one but oh the tour guide ...
... plan to find the perfect vehicle. We were going to rent a car and drive around Long Island, looking at 3 carefully selected cars each.
Our day started at the crack of dawn, ready to pick up our rental - a Toyota Yaris, which we named King Kong (and would have gladly taken off with!).
The three dealers I had selected were closed, but we were still able to walk the lots. Car #1 (Hyundai Tiburon) was not there, although car #1.5 (Toyota Celica) was there, with ...
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