Chalet Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... two old friends from my college days, American exchange students who were now living in NY. That was all kinds of blasts from the past. A month is by far the longest we've ever stood still while travelling, and I was afraid we'd get bored staying in one city for so long. Obviously I'd never been to New York before. We didn't have nearly enough time to do everything we wanted. Our days quickly became consumed with museums, Central Park, sight seeing, and ...
... and commerce. It was an interesting display which took in Indians of all of the Americas - including my Andean friends from Peru.
I was planning to go to the 9/11 memorial site but with time limited with my flight booking headed up to a store called 'Century 21' - as discount department store for US brands (and others). And talk about discount! So so so soooooooooooo cheap. Anyway I nattered around ...
Our last day in New York was one we'd eagerly anticipated during our fun week in NYC; we're taking the train out to Long Island (Island Park, exactly) to spend the day with dear friends, Barbara and Ted Klenosky. They picked us up at the train station and we went to their lovely home where they've lived for 49 years. They spend the summer in NY and the winter here in Solivita. They had a great deal of damage from Hurricane Sandy but ...
... I'll be doing, it's a massive shock to the system my life has completely changed. I don't know if things will be the same in the future with the people I care about most. Surely this is natural? I've never been an emotional person, this is why I was worried! It's all hit me in the first few days, so it'll be good to get this out of the way early and enjoy myself.
I know I'm gonna look back and realise just how silly I was being. So I'm gonna "gie mysel a shak" and get on ...
... it was the registration at Kids Club, speaking Spanish with the visitors there, or stepping up to help or put yourself out there in some other way you never hesitated - and once you took a job on you quickly became a pro at it. You have a knack for new things, a heart for service, and a fun-loving spirit that always make you interesting to be around. To see the kids taking to you at Kids Club and your unfailing energy and enthusiasm around them each day made me feel tired! I am so glad ...