Sayville Motor Lodge
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... building, which was a pain. Thankfully we were only there for one evening. For the most part all European showers leave a lot to be desired. The glass shower partitions only cover half the shower, so the floors are constantly wet, and the bathrooms have tile or marble floors. On several occasions we had to hang on as we slipped across the floors.
Overall on a scale of 1 to 10, I think we'd rate this VBT tour a 9.8. We had a fabulous ...
... continues in full swing until 1:30 am
We’re also getting to meet the newest member of the Otte clan, 3 week-old Kallan Lento. Mum and Dad, Alex & Jimmy feel that he’d do better wearing earphones to block out any disturbing noise and whether or not that played any role, he slept throughout the entire evening despite having to pose with all and sundry!
... the Harbor View Hotel
prepare box lunches for us.
The 260 ride took 5 1/2 hours and we were home by 6:30 pm. Amazingly
we hit no traffic, even though at 3 pm the radio said that the Long Island Expressway
and Northern State were at a standstill. I guess everyone on the
road decided to have an early getaway to the Hampton's. We tried to
take the ferry from New London to Orient Point, but they were booked. The only
issue was the ...
... blog, it was a very friendly and cohesive group. For each meal, we pretty much rotated who we sat with. The group had a tendency of starting out together, but the better bikers as expected always pulled ahead, and we'd gather again at the next rest stop, or lunch. Neither Carolyn nor I felt that the scenery on this trip could compare to last year’s Prague to Vienna bike ride. This tour saw more open areas, with less of interest to view over greater distances. ...
... with our efforts for one weekend. I am currently well behind in the pool tally (I think 5-2 to GTI-owner), we'll put it down to my being too precise and not compensating for the tears/water damage on the felt.
Finally, it has not escaped our notice that we live in the woods, I have seen 3 rabbits, and while we were watching one rabbit a bluejay came and landed in the bird bath next to it. Super-awesome.
NB We don't live in Hicksville, that is where the Ikea is.