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... But hey, we had heat, booze, a toilet and monopoly, sorry New-Yorkopoly, which we'd bought from the souvenir shop in the hotel. Like true Australians we filled the sink in the bathroom with ice and jammed it full of beer. We cranked some tunes (triple J streaming through the iPad) and the girls cracked open the vodka. Now we were all set for a game of New-Yorkopoly! It doesn't sound very exciting but it was a good laugh all the same, mainly because I didn't know what I ...
... but excited (photos and commentary attached). I really focuses on enjoying the run, chatting to people, and sucking up the atmosphere. I had my own personal support crew in the crowd, being Terri and Steve, who managed to see me 4 times along the way. It was an incredible experience and I loved every moment of it except the final 2 kms. On my final days in Washington, post marathon, I took it easy with the sightseeing. Terri and Steve were ...
... paper are 25% cotton and 75% linen.
Thomas Jefferson besides being President was an inventor and was responsible for the swivel chair that we all use at our desks.
Back in New York by 4pm, getting the packing done. Went out to dinner with Paula to Saxon & Parole. The bread ...
... br> you’ve gotten me into, Mr Henry!” Mrs Henry almost sounded like Oliver Hardy,
to put this in a motion picture context.
How different was the Highland Motel from our New York
accommodation. True, art deco Hotel 17 had shared bathrooms, but it had lots of
personality; Woody Allen had filmed ‘Murder in Manhattan’ there, plus it had a
lift where the lack of piped music had been ingeniously compensated for by
... go to Washington it’s definitely worth a look. I was so engrossed in reading the walls I didn’t notice this enormous statue of the man himself behind me in the middle. So the walls represent the mountain of despair and the gap allows visitors to walk through it towards the stone of hope, the statue. I really like this as a concept. I look down at my phone and it’s past midnight now believe it or not and I’m getting really tired. There is one more to see however ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility