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We had a really good flight over and stayed last night at a Newark airport hotel. It was great to get a good night's sleep in a super duper American bed and because of the time difference we were up and about and raring to go at 5am! We were picked up at 7.30 by a driver and taken 30 odd miles north to Tappan to meet our motor …
... lets themselves get to that point? The guy was known to the paramedics so I suppose he's a regular. We went back to Sam and Bruno's chilled out watching TV for a while and went to bed.
The next day we slept in, big time. The bed at Sammy and Bruno's was super comfortable and the room provided us with so much more space than at Susy's. To make the most of the day, we had a short walk around the harbour and up to the hill. By the time we'd ...
... physicality and transcended them altogether. The top of the house, my apartment, was the next stage of my existence, and it was above the physical. It was my new spiritual abode, and it was just a little bit closer to the heavens. It wasn't until the floorboards had been ripped away that I realized how far I had truly come, the same realization of growth that the floodwater had forced me to realize way back in Maryland. I was dying, but I was also becoming more alive, because ...
... first-base, four rows from the playing field, so close to the action that when a bat flew out of the hand of one left-handed batter, it was caught by a fan just in front of us. The ballpark felt so intimate that it was as though we were on the field with the players. Bob was in paradise, and for that one game, he was an Orioles fan, cheering a home run by Baltimore’s Matt Wieters and the defensive athleticism of their center fielder Adam Jones. Regrettably ...
... and I could feel her presence there. Just like all those years ago, when the door opened, there stood a magnificent creature glowing with warmth, as beautiful and radiant as the laws of the universe will allow. Timid and nervous like a deer; tiny, frail and insecure in her own gorgeousness. Nothing essential had changed, she was still Miranda, albeit with hair so blond it was nearly white. Her constancy made me feel immediately ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center