Inn of the Dove
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We left New York City and said goodbye to the beautiful sights and historic buildings. We were going to take the boat out into the Atlantic Ocean. We started out the day with fairly calm seas and 1-2 foot swells. That changed pretty quickly and the seas increased to 4-5 feet, but they were really pounding the boat and causing a lot of motion that ...
The happiest creatures here were the birds and Stephen and I spent some time watching their breakfasting antics. Seafood was definitely on the menu! The seagulls-which are twice the size of Aussie seagulls- would get a clam from the ocean, fly up with it and then drop it from a height, before descending directly down like a parachute ...
... fish pillars. Bally’s casino was rather quaint as it looked really old-fashioned inside and out.
Saturday morning we grabbed a free breakfast in the executive lounge (thankfully they had some oats and fruit) before exploring some of the outlet shops right next to our hotel. This was sadly probably the second highlight of our trip. Later we literally spent over an hour trying to find somewhere half-healthy to eat; only to be served PINK pad thai with ...
... our sixth brewery of the trip) and got a great lunch and a stamp. We eventually made it back to Jersey at 1,250 miles round trip.
The synopsis is basically Vermont is amazing. We were impressed with the breweries, wineries and especially the restaurants whose farm-to-table mentality provided amazing meals that we could feel good about. The state feels like it has an incredibly strong sense of what it means to buy local and use ...
... left/jug handle our way to the bank, only to pass it by and have to jug handle two more times in order to get back to it. Whew!
Mr. North said he’d be awhile and that we were welcome to take our time finishing up our shopping. We did so and before heading back over to pick him up, we stopped at Burger King for food and free wifi.
Last year, when we played this town, there was a flooding of ark-proportions from a deluge of ...