- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
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... on Me and did a variation of a flash mob. Media was there and it was on tv. Wish I could share the link but can't with my phone. Will try and do it when I get back. Lots of shopping and eating on the boardwalk. Next we were back to campus for quick showers. After feeling refreshed and starting to pack up we headed of to the gym for closing worship. What an inspiration! !! Absolutely incredible! We ...
... 90 Sands St close by for lunch (Korean BBQ and salad) What a job to feed about 400 in a short time!
Off then by bus to the Stanley Theatre assembly hall in Jersey City. What a place! A show place in the 1920s but fell into disrepair. JWs bought it while in that state, and renovated it at a minimal cost with volunteer assistance. It was an eye opener! We have seen photos, but the real thing was fantastic. It is used most weeks ...
... guesthouse accommodations (both cheaper and more social), but we also elected to have private ensuite room (versus dorms with shared bath) when available. We also usually took one room for the four of us rather than two separate rooms. When it came to activities, ...
... have to pay a bar entitled The House Of Jazz a visit. Quite classy establishments aren’t they Jazz bars? For some reason that had slipped my mind, as I strolled in wearing my Primark Union Jack top and grey jogging bottoms. I was bartering with myself for ages on whether to pack that three piece suit before setting off from Leeds as well. I looked more lost than the time I had to try to explain to a student why the word queue is spelt with an extra four ...
Went to the third hopital in the "system" today. (A sytstem is a little bit like a Trust within the NHS. Basically, it is the company that owns the hospital. In this case, one company owned 5 hospitals in the area, linking them all into the same "system").
Had a great day...
Firstly, I sucessfully drove through torrential rain on route 66 to get to the hospital 11 miles away (my furthest journey yet)!
Then, once I was on my first unit I met an ...