Red Roof Inn Tinton Falls-Jersey Shore
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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... not THAT unwell - he had a good appetite. In fact he also valiantly silenced his cough and we made it to our concert that night, braving the icy weather to walk to St Joseph's the oldest Catholic Church on Manhattan, only 10 minutes walk from our place, walking fast enough to keep warm but carefully enough to avoid slipping on ice. The Vespers performance was reconstructed from various motets, psalms and liturgical pieces of Charpentier. Early music group Tenet, and the ...
... of comedy, but he also told memorable historical stories of the various neighbourhoods and landmarks we were passing. I learned a lot. Raffetto's famous fresh pizza (a Greenwich Village institution since 1906) and Mal and Hilary's homemade delicious pesto, and a bottle of Nero d'Avola for dinner somehow prompted Mal and me into reminiscing about our childhood. It was a hilarious collection of stories, ranging from Mr Prero (the TV repairman who was a client of dad's and ...
... br> In the 1920s running water and toilets on each floor (four families on each floor) plus electricity was added. Time were still tough with the depression and the husband of the Italian family was out of work. The wife worked in a sweatshop lining coats. A stroke of great luck for the museum - the daughter of this couple, who lived there till she was 8 (they were evicted from the building as it was condemned) walked past one day ...
So today I wake up and I'm pretty hungover. The most troubling thing seems to be that I literally can't see straight....luckily after speaking to Hollie she doesn't think I'm going blind very quickly it's still unnerving though. Today is cold, very cold! That must be the last of the summer I go on over to ...
I am beyond weary this morning after having slept very poorly. Paul decides to go off for a run, but I just want to stay in bed. Guilt gets the better of me though, so I get up and at least start trying to get organized for the day. I am a very happy camper when Paul comes back bearing coffee for me- what a hero and maybe just what I need to get me moving today.
I was hoping to meet up with one of my mates today, but turns out Burnsy isn't going to be in town till later ...