Ramada Inn Toms River / Lakewood
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... course estate full of McMansions. It seems a little out of place but I'm sure it was there first, the special of the day was $1 Yuengling Lagers we had a quick round, although we could have easily settled in. On the way out we were admiring a nice old Harley and it's owner Huff came over and had a bit of a yarn with us, he was a nice old bloke and looked like he had done quite a few miles.
We decided to head to the shops to buy the meat and vegies for dinner before ...
... like it) and that the streets were so packed, you had to queue to cross the road.
We got $80 tickets to see Nice Work If You Can Get It starring Ferris Bueller (I mean Matthew Broderick) and Blythe Danner (the mum from Meet the Parents). The show was fantastic and Broderick even got a standing ovation.
We have a walking tour of Harlem tomorrow where I hope to get a taste of that soul food I hear about!
... admiring the architecture and stopping in at the John Lennon memorial. Had a pizza slice for a snack when we couldn't walk anymore then we caught the tube south for a drink the oldest drinking establishment in New York, apparantly it is the oldest continuously running bar/restaruant called Pete's Tavern where the bar staff where American and Irish, the greeter was a snooty student who should really realise she is front of house in a bar not bloody fine dining ...
... our lives and we have also made the run a couple of times in the RV. In all honesty, I can tell that we've never ever had to worry about parkways and except for the Golden Gate Bridge; we’ve never paid a toll!
Tolls are ubiquitous on the east coast from Florida to NY. It’s truly unbelievable! I had no idea and neither did George, and if you’re towing a 35 foot fifth-wheel . . . forget about it. The ...
Well.... Historic Philadelphia was great! Once we got there...
It took a while to get to Philly; then we had to find a parking garage. They're all very hidden, and we didn't like the neighborhoods we were driving through too much... After parking on the street near the river (there was a parking meter.) we had to find the Visitor's center. Once we found that, we were fine. :) The center of town was all very historic, with cobblestone streets and brick houses and flags ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility