Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino
Travel Blogs from Atlantic City
Can you believe we stayed at Trump after all we've been through?
We were up super early to catch the first train to the city, where we had a 7am bus to catch to New York. I've never been to NYC so was pretty excited, even if I was passing through. The bus was 4 hours, we passed through the Bronx which was a spin out, then we went through Brooklyn, over the Brooklyn Bridge, I could see Manhattan and the Empire …
... very lucky, as their house sits high, and suffered no damage to speak of. Many homes are still unoccupied, many are red tagged and will have to be leveled. Rick said FEMA and the other agencies worked extremely well with residents here. It was 3 weeks after the storm before they were allowed to go into their house. A curfew was strictly enforced until the ...
... on this side though! And despite being part of the Jersey Shore it is a bit too far south (and away from NY) to attract the kind of crowds you see on the TV show. At least that is what LP says. I've only seen maybe five minutes of the show and don't know where it is specifically set. Having said that they were setting up for Miss America auditions with a few news crews about. Alas noone wanted to interview the foriegner in the bright red hat. Like a lot of days here the ...
Atlantic City with Susy and family. Left early and drive 2 hours. Had lunch at a burger place while the family had Panda Express. Lay by the beach for a while. Had a quick swim. Played kick the ball with the kids. Walked along the boardwalk. Had funnel cake. Waaay too sugary! Had pizza slice and chicken parma with pasta and salad and baked potatoes. Drove back around 8. Had ice cream sandwich on the way ...
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