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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
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... matter of the universe. It is good to be humbled, to let the ego rest now and again. As the priest started to speak The Lord's Prayer, I smiled. The whole winter on the mountain, I had been trying to get my Irish roommates to take me to mass, but it had never come off. And then the day I finally leave the mountain and my friends, here I was sitting in a cathedral listening to a priest. I gave a dollar to the collection plate and felt curiously at peace. I spent ...
... Square so went there on the Tuesday evening. It was in a great area full of restaurants and bars and the club is literally a cellar under a bar. They jammed everyone in around small tables and then you ordered drinks. The comedians were really really good. We had a great view, near enough to see everything really clear and far enough not to get picked on. We (or at least Nick) were ...
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... sale from Guess. We visited Saks and of course Sephora (visit 4).
In Missouri over the weekend a young boy, black, was shot by the police. He had a fake gun. We stayed in on Monday night, protests were expected, and yes, the news the following day showed vision of protests in Times Square and protests along the Brooklyn bridge.
Snow is forecast for Wednesday, but tomorrow is going to be another fine day. We are off to see the Book of ...
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After Madison Square Garden, it was on to the Empire State Building, Flatiron Building, Union Square, Greenwich Village, Chinatown and Little Italy. We then arrived at Ground Zero got off the bus and started walking.
The Memorial Museum and two Memorial Fountain ...