Hampton Ocean Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... Two movies, multiple games of solitaire and almost 8 hours later we arrived at JFK.
We were home by 9:15. We unpacked, started laundry, shower and went to bed. Jet lag is alive and well. I was up by 4:15, Ed at 6.
It was a great trip leaving us with so many wonderful memories. Morocco should be on everyone's bucket list! Thank you Overseas Adventure Travel for once again providing us with an excellent tour guide and travel experience!
We are excited and looking forward to our next adventure to Morocco. This is a trip that we have wanted to do for some time. We will visit ancient cities with medinas, walled with maze-like streets, village oases, and nomadic tribes that still roam the Sahara. Our tour will take us to many geographically diverse areas: the Atlas and Rif Mountain, the Sahara desert (where we will spend 2 nights in a ...
... so Jeff didn't cry and I was checking in at security. The sun was coming up as I was headed to my gate. It was an amazing feeling boarding that first plane. As soon as we started taking off I could not control my smile. I was giggling to myself thinking "You are doing it! You are really doing it!" As the plane lifted off the runway the thought changed to "You are free!" It was a feeling/emotion that I ...
We are happily anticipating our next trip. This time it will be a river cruise! We will be flying to Brussels and boarding our ship in Antwerp. The map below shows our 14 day route on the Rhine and the Mosel Rivers.
We will then travel by motor coach from Basel to Lucerne where we will be exploring the Alps for 5 days. On October 29th we will return home in ...
... s snootiest golf course" due to its exclusive nature. The course was designed by Charles B. Macdonald, who had been schooled at St. Andrews in Scotland during the 1870s. Macdonald had been paired with John Shippen, an African American in the 1896 U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills. Following the event, he quit Shinnecock and founded the new club. The course was constructed adjacent to Shinnecock Hills ...