Beachcomber Resort At Montauk
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Our drive from New Jersey to the Hamptons took us up through New York. Sounds daunting but the roads and bridges just roll on though Brooklyn, across Staten Island then up through the Hampton Bays.
The Hamptons lives up to it reputation having very, very grand houses on large, manicured properties. Lots of lovely (and expensive) shops in the quaint villages and long sandy ...
... Misquamicut Beach for lunch. Eating outside on the beach deck right on the Atlantic was beautiful! Of course there were a few geocaches along the way, some in the beautiful 265 acre Rhode Island Veterans Memorial Park. Final stop, Trader Joe's.
Rhode Island is a very pretty place, of course we didn't come close to exploring the entire width and breadth, it was a nice relaxing day.
Tomorrow is a travel day to Massachusetts
... line to get to the top of the light house. If you are on a tight schedule forget going to the top. Most of the places in Montauk have a minimum to use your card and vending machines are pretty rare and costly. So make sure you have enough fluids, food and cash. There is a restaurant beside the light house other than that there is nothing between the village and the lighthouse to even buy a bottle of water. Behind the tower there is a beach. People can surf and you ...
... restaurant right on Navy Beach( it is a lake). And before bed, me and Stella had a mini spa session, doing our feet and putting on avocado masks. Liev's birthday is the 7th of September and yeah. We are having yet another bonfire on Saturday to celebrate his birthday and on Sunday we leave to go back to the City. I just put the girls to bed and I am so tired, but I do need my nightly walk on the beach so hopefully I finish work ...
... which help patients with
dementia to regain some intellectual momentum when young readers
read to them their favourite books. This charity will soon run a
pilot scheme in London and it is very existing.
Pickles was very envious when he met
Boo the grand Fan who told him that he travelled transatlantic first
class as his owner has been diagnosed (!!!) with hyper- anxiety if
travelling without him. Pickles ...