Days Inn Freehold
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Turkey Swamp Park part of the Monmouth County Park system, Freehold Township, NJ
$40 with reservation and being out of state, 64 sites
This was our last stop on a three week trip before we head back to RI. Stayed two nights over the weekend in this 2,217 acre wooded park and really enjoyed it. There are 64 pull through campsites in the woods ...
Three more hours and we leave for the airport. It's been a great trip and it ended so wonderfully with seeing so many friends and family.
Yesterday we had a surprise visit by Adam's cousin Liat and her daughter Aurora. We haven't seen Liat in 20 years and never met Aurora. It was really special that they came over.
Michele and I took a walk on the Avenue like we did all the time when we were kids. We made a stop in ...
Today was spent exploring Washington Square Park area and the neighborhood of SoHo. It was a beautiful morning and I enjoyed a leisurely stroll through the park. The weather has been very nice. I gets pretty hot when you are in the sun for a while, but if you find a shady spot it is down right perfect! I sat down on a shady bench in front of the large fountain to people watch. I immediately heard a trumpet and some drums so I followed my ear to the music. In another shady ...
Between a shortage of internet access and being sick at the time, I neglected to cover the visit Ashley and I made to the Brooklyn Bethel. Once again, it was my second visit but to Ashley it was all new, so most of the photos are from his camera.
We had stayed in a hotel just across the border in Connecticut with the plan being that we'd drive into New York City early and miss out on the worst of the Friday morning traffic. ...
... reach the island, if you want a better picture, take the ferry with 4 floors and go upper. When we returned to Manhattan (Wall street, Financial District), we went directly to the Gran zero Memorial 9/11. It is open to the public so have a look because it is amazing. What I liked as well is to see behind the new building that are being build up. All the elevators of big charges going up and down. Then we walked to City Hall and the Justice Supreme Court. I ...