The Ocean Plaza
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... the Skipper to clean the deck and I went to the gym, we had our first dinner tonight on the boat it was good, you have to be creative with limited space and equipment.
We are up early tomorrow to head off to Bridgeport.
the Skipper just informed me that this morning the winds were blowing at 30 MPH...tomorrow only 8 to 10 so we are looking forward to a nice trip.
... Little did we know it was rockin'! There was almost no parking, and we were offered a spot that was like 4 blks away for $35....umm, no thanks. We ended up finding one right next to the boardwalk for $15. We headed straight for Mac's pizza. I got the pizza I was craving and Jacinda got a cheesesteak. After that we walked the boardwalk while the boys played multiple carnie games and racking up a handful of "fluffies". We did ride one ride, the ...
... to mind. Leaving him with that quote we said goodbye and promised to meet again and ran for our Ferry. The ferry ride was magical. Lady Liberty was lit up and Manhattan was alive with lights. The feeling again of wishful thinking of living here came back to us. Manhattan is a unique city beautiful in its own way.
Maria was nice enough to meet us at the Ferry terminal. She took us to bar where one of her old time friends was playing in a band. We stayed there for ...
... done the reading at the Meeting, and I was rivetted.
They were a lovely warm group, and it was so good to meet them all and have fellowship with them.
A very slow taxi home - roads jammed, pouring with rain. Snooze time ......aaaah !
Because of the continual rain [ it hadn't stopped all day] - we needed somewhere close to have dinner. John found out from reception that there was a good place to eat about 5 minutes away - Albert Hall Tavern. We ...
What better way to spend my birthday than with 150 family members and friends. On a gorgeous Saturday, we were 150 strong, from all over the tri-state area, all in attendance to reunite, enjoy an afternoon at the Cyclone Game in Coney Island, and at the same time raise some money for cancer awareness. We started the day off with a tail gate party in the parking lot, moved on to watch a dramatic Cyclone victory in extra innings, and topped in off ...