Best Western Royal Park
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... we're leaving. Phil's in charge. Don't listen to a word he says." It was after this that the $1 shots broke out. By this stage I've had at least twice as much to drink as everyone else. We then engaged in that other great American sport - drink driving. I did not drive. I picked a ride with the least "apparently" drunk person I could find. The tone of the night was then set by the name of the next club "Manchvegas". Says it all really. ...
Left Mount Holly NJ this morning after a good breakfast at Pandora's Diner and had a great ride via the NJ Tollways and the NY Tollways which are pricey, especially for sidecars due to the three axle configuration, but very efficient. Got to the Museum about 1130 and spent a couple of hours there as we were somewhat time limited. Wish we had scheduled more time as it is very well done and has ...
... likely I'd be the first idiot to try and ride it down the stairs.
I was in a meeting earlier this week when I saw someone zip past outside the window to the car park, just from the shoulders up. My immediate thought: "Superman flies upright now, I see. Oh no, wait, he's on a Segway. It's all good."
Apparently our CEO is friends with the guy who invented Segway. Whose office is just near ours. And he flies his helicopter to work and lands ...
... significant; not only at the Wall but throughout our trip to Beijing. If you want to avoid the crowds, opt for cooler temperatures!!
Each trip to the Wall we stopped at a different place for lunch and this time was no exception. Jason took us to a local Chinese place where along with all the traditional favorites you could go to the side pond and catch your own fish. Of course Justin said yes! With much coaching from Jim and Jason, Justin snagged us something delicious. I have no ...
... beautiful. It's green, lush, undulating, picturesque in every way and it just goes on and on.
Which after six or seven hours can begin to be a bit of a problem and I ended up fuelling myself with caffeine to stave off the steering wheel power naps. By the time I blasted into Boston at 11pm, I was pretty damned wired. And starving. Motel fortunately had a Mexican restaurant. It wasn't up to Pink Taco standards, but it was ...