BEST WESTERN PLUS Black Rock Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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...nothing better than being with good friends at a beautiful home at the start of a busy trip...flights from HNL to NYC were uneventful, but long...hate the "red eye" flight, never been able to sleep on a plane...watched the Hobbit ;) .... Glad I made us salads .... Delta Sky ...
... stuff. The only good part about today would have to be the plane food. YES I SAID THE PLANE FOOD!!! It was served in the same old aluminum containers and the food wasn't particularly appetizing, but it was better than the regular plane food back at home. After we cross the international date line, I guess I'll have to start a new entry. See you ...
... me to say "Sorry, I'm not that kind of doctor", which I have been waiting to do!
Next flight was from SF to NY, a 6 hour flight, once again sat next to a real-life New Yorker. This guy was a journalist from Reuters, and was generally more pleasant than the other guy. During this flight I started to get a bit beyond tired, occasionally nodding off for a minute at a time.
Arrived at JFK slightly early, a big fat guy was waiting for me at baggage ...
... Beach repairs. If it sounds like I am complaining, I am not. My father always said “if you want to play, you gotta pay” I always knew this to be true, but never on this scale. You might be asking yourself, if it is really worth all the time and money. The easy answer is a resounding yes. When I hear ...
... Monkey'... it has always been a favorite of mine since college.
The 100th Monkey
A story about social change
By Ken Keyes Jr.
The Japanese monkey, Macaca Fuscata, had been observed in the wild for a period of over 30 years. In 1952, on the island of Koshima, scientists were providing monkeys with sweet potatoes dropped in the sand. The monkey liked the taste of the raw ...