Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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... feel to it.
We drove by the home my in laws rented and made a stop on the ocean grove boardwalk. The area was a Christian based community which oversaw the boardwalk. It was interesting.
We found out they charge to get onto the beach here in the jersey area. That posed a problem for us but we found a way to get to the water and enjoy the surf. The water was much different than you find in the gulf or the Caribbean but it was all about the ...
... to live in another country and become immersed in the culture came as a result of being selected as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Malaysia. That adventure began on January 3, 2013 when we waved good bye at Newark Airport. After months of Skype and FaceTime conversations...the time has come for a real time hug!!! So I sit here at JFK with Mike (aka Daddy) waiting to begin our trip to see Amanda! Stay ...
We travelled by Amtrak train to Penn Station and then Yellow Cab to Brooklyn, $50 including tip which is not too bad considering the driver happily stopped to let us photograph Ground Zero. Cabbies in NYC seem to have a complete set of rules of their own and it mostly involves lane hopping as they please with or without indicators. Our first day in NYC was Tuesday and not surprisingly we got lost on the Metro looking for Broadway station to transfer to an Eastside train. Guess what ...
... Yes, this is a tourist place, but it is not a rip off
Dinner for two (burp) was $ 40 USD.
Oh yes, we had dessert, a sacher torte, at the Sacher Hotel and desserts were $ 20 USD
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... different options depending on how long you prefer to hike. Starting in Kathmandu, you can either take a 12 hour bus ride to Jiri (elevation 6,348 ft) to begin the trek, or, a 1 hour plane ride to Lukla (elevation 9,200 ft) to begin the trek. By far, the most common choice is to fly in to Lukla from Kathmandu as this option requires about 7 days less trekking time and eliminates a substantial amount of up/down trekking at lower elevations. ...