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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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... he has what might be considered a big presence, I’m sure I would have noticed some indication of it had he been there. Hmmm, I think it’s been over a year since the gluttonous governor was reported to have undergone bariatric surgery to trim down for a possible presidential run. He was said to have lost 30 pounds in the first few months after surgery, but his weight loss seems to have ended there; he looks about a chubby as ever to me when I see ...
So 11am we have 3 kids and the hamster and we are on our way!! Good by W Amherst we will always love you. So many great times in that house. So many wonderful friends. And so it's time to move on, time to get going. What lies ahead I have no way of ...
... you don't want to forget your hotel name or room number you can make yourself a verbal note so you won't forget after you step off of the plane. Rich contextual interface with information about ATMs, restaurants, etc. \n \n 7 inch display which made of Corning Gorilla Glass that keep the phone safe from outer damages like from unwanted scratches. what is it in the phone that people are turning crazy. Now, what do you mean by skins, you are going to ask. Customer queries, either ...
... as a result the Park Slope Reader is incorporating us into an article they are writing about the growing art scene in Gowanus. Gowanus and Park Slope are suburbs next to each other in Brooklyn.
I submitted some work to the summer salon (member show at Brooklyn Art Space) and two of my prints are going to be in the exhibition! It’s a start! They regularly have artist talks at BAS and on July 30th I went to a talk by Bill Carroll. I ...
Welcome to my travel blog! The idea for this adventure originated last September, when I joined my friend Jake on our second Norwegian Cruise Line cruise of 2012. The first was an 11-day Caribbean cruise in the winter, followed by a week-long cruise from Boston to Bermuda in the fall, both on the Norwegian Dawn. I had previously sailed on Norwegian three other times, including their largest ship (and third-largest in the world), Norwegian ...