Jack and Judy's Bed and Breakfast
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We had Pizza after our hotel check-out time. Then, we found out that the Southwest flight was delayed three hours and we'd miss the connecting flight back to San Antonio. We waited in line for exactly 2 hours and we were put on a 6 am connecting flight from Dallas to SA, meaning we had to spend the night in the Dallas Airport. I'm never flying SW airlines again. But we made it home safely thanks to GOD. ...
... varieties of tea. We walked through St Mark's, via a fascinating furniture store, to an italian restaurant. We had a glass of wine and some crostini here and left about 6.
By this time I was getting a bit chilly - I was only wearing a t-shirt - so we decided to head back to the hotel and, at this point, take a cab to the airport. We had planned to leave at 7.30, so we would be an ...
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I just need to add an additional note to the end of the day as Hayley may have been too drunk to recall her subway exploits. As we rode the subway home she danced around the poles like it was a carousel and then became amazed by this poor man’s double bass which was taller than her. I think the car found her funny rather than annoying, who can be annoyed at that cheeky grin after ...
... a view of the skyline.
I went to see Lady Liberty and she was a bit smaller than I had always pictured her, but when you stand at the base she is still big enough.
I took the subway all the way down to the financial district and visited the 9/11 memorial site. Very somber place, and I spent some time walking around reading some of the names of people who lost their lives on that day.
From there I went ...
... well know marathons in the world and I just QUALIFIED!
A few months later I attempted to signed up for the BOSTON MARATHON. It was the year of economic crisis, when everyone apparently qualified and wanted to run (many without jobs had time to train and run). The sucker sold out in 8 hours. I was out of town on the day it opened...and with a flooded webpage to sign-up things were slow. I was about to just give up and handle it when I got back home but I stuck with it and ...