Red Roof Inn Tinton Falls-Jersey Shore
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The beauty and scope of this building is utterly breathtaking. From the moment I walked in I became overwhelmed with awe. This is the most magnificent museum to get lost in. Every single one of the many, many rooms is beautiful. You could visit this place a hundred times and still see something new with each visit. It would probably take a lifetime to really see everything. I wouldn't mind trying ...
Up at 7:30 to plan our day.
Slept so well, so nice to be horizontal. It's quite loud where we are on as it is on the intersection of Lafayette and Canal. They love their horns and the NYPD like a quick siren every now and then. Oh plus trucks get bounced by the pot holes, so yep quite the noisy atmosphere. Oh oh, I almost forgot the subway runs under us and creates a massage type bed situation. Love it!!
Got lost searching for Broadway. We did a massive loop when ...
... his numerous European voyages and told me that I HAD to travel around the EU on a train at some point during my stay. Apparently it's just "THAT amazing." "I'll see what I can do." The TSA folk, and I excuse the poor choice of metaphor given that I'm flying a German airline, were being real Nazis about everyone's carry on luggage. Over the course of 10 minutes, at least four middle aged women were sent away with their wailing children ...
... We're in a nice enough room with a bunk bed and enough room to unpack and spread out a little bit. I accidentally pulled the door off my locker though (it must be my work in the gym paying off...) so all my valuables are locked away in Jack's locker whilst we wait for them to fix my door! No sooner had we got settled in than we were heading out to the Barclays Centre to watch the Brooklyn Nets. After getting a couple of doughnuts from across the road, we headed up millions of stairs ...
... church, and walked in, but it just looked like a museum. We couldn't find where the service was happening. So we left that building, thinking the service happened in one of the other buildings. We went to them, but they were all locked.
After walking around the garden for a bit, we found a security guard, and asked him where the church was. He pointed to the building right behind us, and was like "Its right there."
Then I said, "Yes, ...