Silver Sands Motel & Beach Cottages
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... The traffic in The City was terrible. When we got here we unpacked and went straight to the beach. I mean, I honestly can't complain, looking at all those cute surfers but yeah. Every night I go to the beach,sit there and just listen to music, but tonight I can bring my blog with me and finish my first entry. I take at least two showers a day( because of the sand, humid air and just because I sweat. Yesterday I biked into town and today I biked to ...
... look hopefully at the indicator board, suppress your stress and frustration when it is only 5 minutes until departure and you still don't know which platform to go to, resist the temptation to ask the conductor who is guarding the closest platform door, exclaim with excitement when the allocated number appears, rush to the now open door (in our case #2 when we were standing in front of #10), take the escalator to the platform below and contend with all the others trying to get ...
... stayed at Chinese Buffet Parking Lot.
June 29 departed Chambersburg, PA at 8:15am and arrived at RIVERDALE, CT at 6:30pm 326 miles = Slept at Riverdale Farm Campsite
June 30 departed Riverdale, CT at 8am and arrived in Fall River, MA at 11am 127 miles.
No major problems except for the truck giving us a hard start in Chambersburg, PA. Later we found that it needed a new fuel injector control module. We got caught in rain a ...
... due to material shortages during the Korean War at the time of its construction….Many factors contribute to the precarious infrastructure of the bridge, which has been called "one of the most decrepit and potentially dangerous bridges" in the U.S. Engineering assessments have determined that "everything from steel corrosion to earthquakes to maritime accidents could cause major, perhaps catastrophic, damage to ...
... port buildings, marine crafts, ships afloat and ships ashore being restored, a sea lover’s delight. The pinnacle was to go aboard the square rigger, Joseph Conrad –the star of Alan Villiers’ 1930’s circumnavigation and subsequent book The Cruise of the Conrad, one on my father’s bookshelves that helped whet my appetite for wandering under sail – or just plain wandering. ...