Put DND sign up and walked up to the subway, filthy rain, feet got soaked within minutes, still have a headache, and Michael has a funny tummy, worrying about driving out of Manhatten.
Good t out at 76th street and walked up to 83rd street where thrifty is, we have a Nissan Versa. Driving is no fun in this torrential rain. We managed to navigate our way back to the hotel11.30am picked up our luggage and checked out. Then we had to get our selves to the Lincoln tunnel, not easy when you have to join a one way system that goes in ever decreasing circles to get there, once through the tunnel we stayed on the Toll road I95 which cost $5.15 then joined the parkway $1.50 stopped at Thomas Edison services at 12.45 for a pit stop and Michael to get his bearings
Socks so soggy had to take them off!
Rain is so coldGot drenched just going to pee
Came off on the 34 $.50. Need to know how much we need for this tolls on our return
Got to spring lake and a place called Wall had a wholefoods market, so we stopped for lunch
Still pouring with rain we made a dash back to the car and my dried out socks and shoes got soaked.
Arrived at the Breakers hotel at 3.30pm, along with a half dozen other wedding guests
James very calm, kelly a bit Hyper, think she'd had a few drinks
Had cup of tea and dried out a little.
Got washed and changed and met James and Kelly in Reception.
Pouring with rain and got soggy feet, just getting into the car.
We followed them to Sumo, a Japanese Hibachi restaurant, where we met one of Kelly's bridesmaids Andrea, her adopted brother Casey and his wife Laura and Kelly's mum Leilani,
It was absolutely tipping it down. When we got back Michael was kind enough to drop me under the covered porch that cars can temporarily draw up to, I got out in the dry part. Michael went to park the car across the road on the beach side.
When he got back, from such a short trip he looked like a drowned rat and had to strip off straight away