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Eggs at the Bridge Street Inn

A guest at the Bridge Street Inn can create the perfect egg and rice breakfast.

Here is a link on how to boil eggs.

https://www.deliciousmeetshealthy.com/how-to-make-perfect-hard-boiled-eggs/

Shamel Park an easy 1.8 mile walk from the Bridge Street Inn

Bridge Street Inn guest’s discover the beauty and fun of Shamel Park. The park is an easy 1.8 mile walk from the @bridgestreetinn The park offers beach, grills, horseshoes, playground, bathrooms, and a pool.

 

 

The last Bridge Street Inn guest book review of 2019 and first review of 2020

Thank you Wu Family, Julia and Grace:)

Bridge Street Inn helps guests maintain their Mental Health

The Bridge Street Inn helps guests maintain their mental health and living standards.

Here are 5 ways playing chess can boost you mind and your life brought to you by The Colombian Post:

1. Promotes brain growth: Games like chess that challenge the brain actually stimulate the growth of dendrites, the bodies that send out signals from the brain’s neuron cells. With more dendrites, neural communication within the brain improves and becomes faster.

2. Raises your IQ: Do smart people play chess, or does chess make people smart? At least one scientific study has shown that playing the game can actually raise a person’s IQ. A study of 4,000 Venezuelan students produced significant rises in the IQ scores of both boys and girls after four months of chess instruction. So grab a chess board and improve your IQ!

3. Helps prevent Alzheimer’s: As we age, it becomes increasingly important to give the brain a workout, just as you would every other major muscle group, in order to keep it healthy and fit. A recent study featured in The New England Journal of Medicine found that people over 75 who engage in brain-games like chess are less likely to develop dementia than their non-board-game-playing peers. The saying “use it or lose it” certainly applies here, as a sedentary brain can decrease brain power. All the more reason to play chess before you turn 75.

4. Chess players are successful: The 2012 YouGov poll found a clear relationship between being a regular chess player and various measures of achievement and success. 78% of active chess players are university graduates. 20% of households making above $120,000 regularly play chess. Chess players are 5 times more likely to read in-depth analysis and high-brow publications. They are also likely to be affluent, 40% more likely to purchase luxury items.

5. It increases your creativity: Since the right hemisphere of the brain is responsible for creativity, it should come as no surprise that activating the right side of your brain helps develop your creative side. Specifically, chess greatly increases originality. One four-year study had students from grades 7 to 9 play chess, use computers, or do other activities once a week for 32 weeks to see which activity fostered the most growth in creative thinking. The chess group scored higher in all measures of creativity, with originality being their biggest area of gain.

6. It teaches planning and foresight: Having teenagers play chess might just save their lives. It goes like this: one of the last parts of the brain to develop is the prefrontal cortex, the area of the brain responsible for planning, judgment, and self-control. So adolescents are scientifically immature until this part develops. Strategy games like chess can promote prefrontal cortex development and help them make better decisions in all areas of life, perhaps keeping them from making a stupid, risky choice of the kind associated with being a teenager.

Don’t know how to play chess?  Here is a link:

https://www.instructables.com/id/Playing-Chess/

Happy Toes at the Bridge Street Inn

Toes find happiness in the Cambria cool clean air.

Burt Reynolds Naked at the Bridge Street Inn

Burt Reynolds naked at the Bridge Street Inn. Burt, posed as Cosmopolitan’s “first-ever male centerfold in 1972, marking a milestone in the sexual revolution.” Special thanks to the New Song Family for helping make the Bridge Street Inn wall a little bit more hairy and fun.

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Bridge Street Inn rocks out at Gary Kramer Guitar Cellars

The Bridge Street Inn enjoys intellectually stimulating guests on many different levels. I have exciting news, Jennifer from Gary Kramer Guitar Cellars has given the Inn 2 for 1 wine tasting coupons. Need some hair metal intelectual stimulation? Your host will happily play Van Halen on the record player and over coffee share with you his favorite hair metal stories. After a hairy metal morning at the Inn travel to @garykramerguitarcellars in Paso Robles for a hairy metal afternoon. The guitars, memorabilia, delicious drinks and hospitality are worth the 38min drive:):):)

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