Brooklyn Motor Inn
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... I can see why.
Today we decided to walk to Manhattan across the Williamsburg Bridge which brings you into the Lower East side. I strapped my foot in preparation for some serious pavement pounding (Susie, if you are reading this - the cortisone DID NOT WORK!!!). The walk itself was pleasant enough, lots of opportunity for people watching. The bridge seems to be the go to place for running. We were overtaken several times by people running across and ...
... to see and do, joining us on our adventures and adding into them an element of fun, great companionship and shared memories. She is one hell of a "Yankee friend" and our trip and our lives have been made all the richer through meeting her again and spending time in her company. Her generosity of spirit and amazing organisational skills have been awesome and we have had "a riot" together on the streets of New York. She is one classy lady who sure knew how to show us a good ...
... a sandwich. While the name and the ingredients seemed very exotic, the taste of it was very bland. And the Pumpkin caramel shake was so thick that I had to literally suck in the air with all that I got to Taste the shake. It tasted well but too much for a person like ...
... day, some a full day, some three days and than some a full week.
A school group could be very involved with this, they would have to let Habitat for Humanity known in advance that they are coming so they can arrange for a minors permit for every person. But there are many jobs and tasks that can be completed that do not require any great amount of knowledge or experience in that area of expertises. Such as; Painting, cooking meals for all ...