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... that it has fun and unique flavors of doughnuts. I tried a lavender flower and a coconut lime. Both were delicious! They had a cute bench to sit on, too, that was covered in doughnut tiles. I wasn't ready to head home yet so instead I visited the Brooklyn neighborhood of Cobble Hill. This was a quiet little place that is just as delightful as the other places I have visited in Brooklyn. I spent some time walking up and down Court Street. I bought a ...
... we were heckled for cheering the wrong team. Sorry all. We didn't to that again but I have to say I think my internal team is the Red Sox I just kept clapping them and Mim would catch me and make it stop so we didn't get yelled at again.
Left after the 5th innings cause well it's a bit boring and soooooo many people. Wanted to skip the train rush.
Booked in for top of the rock and we are going to ride the park ...
This morning I started off my 55th and final day in Lakehurst New Jersey. I knew I had about 70 miles ahead of me with traffic the entire way. The weather was good for riding and I had extra energy in me because I knew it was my last day. The ride wasn't too difficult I just had to keep my eyes out for cars. I had to get in the RV a couple times to go over bridges. I finished my ride at about 3:00. I ...
For a greedy person like me ( Susie) New York is slightly frustrating. Frustrating in that you know there is so much amazing food around you and you're not going to get it all into your mouth whilst you're there.
Knowing there's so many amazing foods to try means you really want every meal to involve at least one of them, we really felt quite naughty staying in for breakfast most days and eating self cooked meals. Luckily we made the most of it on our other meals!.
... to not feel emotional; something that Andrew didn't expect to feel so keenly. There is the Survivor Tree which was rescued, rehabilitated and replanted. It has flourished despite everything; it's a symbol of hope and renewal. The massive waterfalls are surround by marble plaques and the names of all those who perished are etched into the marble. The one that I found the most difficult was the name of a woman 'and her unborn child'. We stayed long enough to see ...