Days Inn Berlin
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... 90 Sands St close by for lunch (Korean BBQ and salad) What a job to feed about 400 in a short time!
Off then by bus to the Stanley Theatre assembly hall in Jersey City. What a place! A show place in the 1920s but fell into disrepair. JWs bought it while in that state, and renovated it at a minimal cost with volunteer assistance. It was an eye opener! We have seen photos, but the real thing was fantastic. It is used most weeks ...
... Independence Hall Tour (Well worth doing) where we had a very dramatic guide (I wish I could remember his name) who would break in and out of character without warning. He was ear piercingly loud, and loved his job, we left the Hall understanding in detail, what had actually happened throughout the years. The building was where the Declaration of Independence was signed, where the first constitution was drifted but it had also been used as a hospital and a prison since ...
... way that you create your website more desirable to your readers is by making it as easy as possible in it if they want to look for something. That can compare with even more frustrating than wishing to find some thing valuable as soon as possible simply to be fulfilled with drill down after drill straight down until they get to the point where they might or may not find what they are searching for.
Community graces: It is very important that you should understand ...
... The driver was very nice but spoke no English. I fell asleep after the first 45 minutes and woke up as he was driving into Seefeld. I was thrilled when he pulled into the Hotel Christina. Very, very nice. Our room is huge with beds at one end and nice sofa, table and another chair, plus desk with drawers and chair. There was a small cabinet on the side with shelving and then the large 3-door wardrobe. We had plenty of places to put all our stuff and ...
... doesn't quite work out as planned. The big gates around the hotel, the security guard with muscles on the Ruby Tuesday chain restaurant next door and the fact the hotel doors are locked from 10 pm to 7 am "for our safety" give out a vibe that this is a really rough area. I am streetwise enough and sitting in a laundry late at night doesn't seem sensible in the circumstances. Clean clothes will have to wait for another ...