Clarion Hotel & Conference Center
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... also fit our criteria because it offers full meal plans and dorm rooms are all singles with wifi and all abroad students are in the same dorm so Lexi and I won't be too far from each other.
So following our acceptances into the program, we met with the Hofstra study abroad office to figure out our classes and credits. It turned out that their were a million forms to be filled out and be signed off on by a bunch of different ...
48 hours. 22 years ago. That was the sum total of our travel experience in China, until this week. It was at the tail end of an investment trip to Japan, which in the 80’s was considered the economic power that was going to humble the West. Marcia, pregnant with Ben, accompanied me on a stuffy, formal, highly ritualized overview of the country and its investment and economic prospects, organized by AFLAC. With two preschoolers back in Boston ...
... Memorial Park where my sister and her in-laws rest in peace. I've talked about Papa, Martha and Pat throughout this blog and don't have much to add.
Why this morbid curiosity with cemeteries and the dead? It's surely not just my interest in genealogy. Perhaps this small excerpt from "Joseph Campbell with Bill Moyers" will explain it. The quote is from the transcript of Moyers' conversation with Campbell in 1985 and 1986. Joseph ...
... they could to see that you were happy. Our cabins were tiny, but we expected that, as I had seen photos of the Iris online. We did have plenty of room for storage, but it was difficult not to bump into one another. The bathroom (or head in seaman's terms) was impossible to turn around it without bumping into a wall. The shower was the big surprise as it was quite strong. Meals on board left a lot to be desired and to the imagination. The cook was not too creative, but in ...
... We shall remember that! (You most likely get there quicker via bicycle.)
Walked down the main drag, through Times square, eyeballing electric billboards and feeling the vibes with all the tourists. Even saw the Rhinestown cowgirl, well the saggy version as she was about 70 and only had on bikini bottoms, pasties and a cowboy hat. Hmmm.
Give her E for effort. Caught the train back home.