Delorean Mid-Atlantic Fall Foliage Tour VI
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Marc Levy and his "Harem" of Delorean women


 

 

The late Saturday evening hours melted away into early morning Sunday as we played at the casino.  Some of us lost, some of us won, and others did not luck out finding any stray $20 bills on the floor despite their best hopes (you know who you are...)
We jumped the last shuttle back to the hotel around 1:30am and got some much needed sleep. It had been a long day, and everyone was exhausted and ready to lay their heads down for a while.

Original plans for Sunday were to get some breakfast and take a tour of a navel submarine nearby.  Most of the group either enjoyed the continental breakfast at the hotel, or went out for a bite to eat.  Sadly since we did not plan set times around Sunday's event we would up not making it to the Submarine.  Most people wanted to hit the road home.  After all, we had done some extensive traveling this weekend and the thought of the drive home was pretty inviting for many members.
A small group of people decided to trek back down RT 95 into New York and find something to do closer to home.  

 


Watch out Nyack N.Y.!  It's Flavia and she is taking over the town!


How many people can you fit in a phone booth?  DMA knows the answer to THAT question!


 

We wound up stopping just over the Tappan Zee bridge in Nyack NY which is adjacent to the Hudson river.
We took a nice tour of this bustling town and its many shops near the water, but it wasn't long before we got hungry again...time for lunch?  Sure!  How about a little ice cream to hold us over!
We all enjoyed some Cold Stone Creamery treats (if you not figured it out yet, this was not the healthy eating weekend for some of us)!
After finishing our treats we decided to call it a successful weekend and go home.  Fall Tour VI was completed and everyone had a great time!  If you have not done so already, we really encourage you to join our fun family and come out to one of our events.  You will have the time of your life!

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