Churchill Suites East Side
Travel Blogs from New York City
... was a naked cowgranny!
We got back to the hotel in time to get a happy hour drink or two (half price beer and wine from 6-8pm). They even have 3 NZ Sauvignon Blancs in the wine list.
We had dinner at a Korean restaurant just over the road. The people at the table next door are leaving tomorrow so they gave us their subway cards (for transport not sandwiches) which we can top up and use while we are ...
... salmon with grilled veg delicious....Bryan had short ribs and scallops looked amazing but sadly had corn starch. From there off to gambling we both lost a little but not much and had fun, $5 tables were nice to see.
Then we rushed outside to watch the last set of a great cover band, B Street Band Bruce Springsteen covers they were awesome we should have come out sooner!
I will ill try and upload a video.
... live in NYC HAS LIVED. STAYED 30 MIN IN THE TRAIN WITH NO EXPLANATION OF WHAT IS GOING ON AND WHEN WE WILL START AGAIN. It was a nightmare, specially with a crying baby and people stating to talk about rail conspirator with lobby repaired companies. I was getting nervous as well as I knew that Dav won't be home. When we got to the next station I waited another line which never came to Astoria. I went to get a taxi and a ...
... WOW...the most amazing venue, Pete and Serena having there photo taken in the main foyer...they looked beautiful, amazing, crisp and happy together...another teary moment.,
Serena's dress is lace backless with a small tear drop pearl hanging down her back, a 1920"s style diamond headband that has a pearl and diamond peacock style brooch at the side/back...very very beautiful bride.
Only a moment to admire the two of ...
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