Sea Girt Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... while but we were so tired from our long day we ended going home and crashing. Our first day in New York was amazing. We loved the city, the people, and the culture. In another time and place I could see myself living here, and that was my last thought before dozing off to sleep.
We started our day very late with breakfast with Larry before heading to NYC for day 2. We caught the bus to NYC which took a long time as there was a lot of stops. Soon as we hit the city ...
... lots of delicious and spicy ethnic food, went to NYC for dinner and a club, lost a LOT at a game called Sequence, and also snuggled a lot :)
The best thing Simon and I did was make a dish, a melody of roasted vegetables, for Thanksgiving. The reason why this is the best is how it turned out. Now, i'm not saying that it was super delicious or that it was super awful. What happened was that Simon accidentally bought spaghetti squash instead ...
After days of sorting through laundry, bills and how are we going to manage this whole thing, we were able to solve for the unknown, and fit all we wanted in our jeep with room to spare. We left Sea Girt at 3pm..for our really...really...long first leg of our trip.. a 2 hr leisurely drive to our friends in ...
... until everyone stopped. The music was wonderful and appropriate for anyone 30 or older, great to dance to. At 1AM, folks in their 70s and 80s were still rocking to the music. Other Organized Activities: They had dance classes, tables lined the windows of the forward sections on Decks 2 and 3 with all types of table games, lots of deck chairs (padded), a family pool, daily entertainment even when in port, Afternoon Tea, and the list goes on and on. Shops: ...
... back to Roberta's apartment for her clam linguini we stopped at the Vietnam War Memorial wall with it's long list of casualties, but even more moving were the private letters between troops and their wives, parents and girlfriends which had been shared, and engraved into the glass blocks for all to read. When will it be "OK" to erect a monument to the young men and women killed in Iraq? Roberta's apartment is right on the south end of ...