Villa Park House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we had planned on doing.
I can't go into too much detail, but one of the video technicians from KISS's crew was let go, and yesterday was his last show. His parting gift to us was an unexpected image at the end of the show that threw us all off. Needless to say he will never work in the industry again.
Now that the show is over, I am heading to my hotel room to get a couple of hours rest before heading home for a four day break. ...
... reading that Joseph Pulitzer organized the publicity for the campaign to,raise funds for the transportation and erection of the statue in the United States, but I had not known that Eiffel designed the iron skeleton that supports the statue (before he designed the Eiffel Tower) or that it was de Laboulaye that had the original idea of the statue as a gift from one liberty loving nation to another. The original plan was to ...
... happy that Bonnie had found her soul mate and overjoyed at how happy she is. As a father I am sure that Charlie will look after and provide for her in all the years to come. But then, like a hammer had slammed into my skull, it hit me. Big Daddy was paying for another party!
No longer is the overtime coming in. There are no longer the over flowing spending money accounts at the bank. I’m RETIRED and on a fixed income. Nice going Bonnie, wait till Daddy is ...
... Then it was back to the library for another stint. Libraries in the US are quite different to what we are used to in the UK. For starters there is no “silence policy”, quite the opposite in fact; and there are quite often several lounge areas where you can just sit and read. This particular one seemed to be used more as a community center than a library. There were all kinds of activities and meetings going on, so ...
... the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics at Lake Placid. I usually dread the drive from Central New Jersey north to places of recreational interest because it takes about two hours to get out of New York City's heavily populated suburban orbit. Actually, I pretty much dread the drive out of Central New Jersey to just about anywhere because it takes so long in any direction to escape the exurban world of heavy traffic and highways ...