Stratford Hotel & Conference Center
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... full of adventure. Carving out the 30 minutes or so that each entry takes, is not often easy. Proofreading and editing is not a priority. Yes it is down and dirty. A little gritty and possibly somewhat offensive at times. It is however, real and honest.
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... coming home ferry is shut down so a long milk run commute so we are staying here in the marina and will enjoy the beautiful Manhattan sky line at night. I made reservations at the Liberty House Restaurant an outside table looks like a charming place. Out side fire pit and a full sized chess board perhaps I'll talk the skipper into a game :-)
The cruise today was good nice and warm but rather windy, we cruised at ...
... the old fun games the kids were all having so much fun a good sight to see. On the way back it only took me 10 minutes. They have a small pool here ( very cold) so I went there for a bit then we walked to the grocery store for supplies. The Marina picked us up so no waiting for a cab.
Stratford is is a nice small town again very old, the house architecture is so ...
... green right up until we reached Manhattan. Very pretty. Dinner and people watching in The Village made the drive worthwhile. It's hard to believe we were in Iqaluit just yesterday. Opposites don't get more extreme than Iqaluit to the Big Apple. We're privileged to have such great opportunities. I can't keep my eyes open on the drive back to the hotel. The long days are fun challenges but pretty exhausting. Fortunately Johannes is at the ...
... started talking about concerts and festivals he had been and was going to. He was a bit younger, turned out to be 23. I started telling him my story, about how I was in route to Montana and heading to Nicaragua for the summer. He started to talk to me in Spanish and I understand a bit, but had trouble understanding/hearing him and got a bit lots. I responded and he he was like, "did you hear what I said?". I got nervous and quickly switched back to English.
This boy, ...