Atlantic Terrace Motel
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Apple behind us, the shock of the exorbitant tolls to get through New Jersey
slowly wearing off, we were heading toward the New England Area of the USA.
State of Connecticut, it seems to be a little "easier" than the hustle and
bustle of where we had come from. The
trees, although not having any foliage at this time in the early spring have a
beauty of their own. I can only
Our plan is to drive as far as we could, on the fastest highways and find a nice cosy roadside inn with a fine dining restaurant that is FAOGCS certified but I'm not holding my breath on that one. The fastest speed limit is 65mph but I've quickly learnt that you need to do at least 75mph or get run over by the millions of semi's on the road. There are plenty of police cars on the highways, usually next to a car they've pulled over so I don't know ...
... it was dropped in 1999 due to environmental concerns. Rees Jones, the son of Robert Trent Jones, began helping to redesign some of the holes at Montauk Downs in 2002. Renovations have included moving back tee boxes to lengthen holes and bring hazards back into play (accounting for recent advances in equipment that allow balls to be hit further distances), reconstructing the bunkers and installing a new irrigation system. 11:42 AM Teams are drawn for the final round, we are in ...
... State Park in Point Judith in a cool foggy sea mist, perfect sleeping weather. I was in Point Judith once before. Back in the late 1990s my brother owned a boat and invited me to join him for a trip from where it was moored in Norwalk, Connecticut eastward through Long Island sound to Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, and Block Island. We stopped to fuel up in Point Judith because fuel for his gas-guzzling boat was supposedly cheaper in Rhode Island than in ...
... for the most part we are just going to wing it. The plan is to go where the wind takes us (or I suppose the sun really, no one wants to follow the wind). The one thing we have organized in advance though, is our excursion to Machu Picchu.
We were absolutely positive that we wanted to do some kind of trekking adventure into Machu Picchu. Trains are for sissies. We were going to hike to the Incan ruins. And everyone says that you must book in advance.
As it turns out, we ...