Courtyard By Marriott Long Island Macarthur Airport
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... I have that off my chest, I would like to take a few minutes to reflect on our trip. Right before we left, Hunter graduated High School. I could not be more proud of him. Not only did he graduate a year early, but he also earned 30 college credits over the past 3 years which means that he will be entering college as a Sophomore! Next month he starts school at my Alma Mater SUNY Stony Brook where he will be going for pre-med. I am sure ...
... place on either a lake or river were excellent. In particular the water show "Impression Lie Sanjie" we saw in Yangshuo was stupendous.
Tour Guides, Local Hosts
We had a total of ten. All were an encyclopedia of information, friendly, and went out of their way to accommodate you in any way they could. Susan, our local host in Beijing was the best in every aspect. We are just sorry that she could not accompany us ...
... loading in and out. I had to get it up during a truck swap, and raise it high enough to allow a forklift to load under it, than it had to come off first to allow for loading out.
Obviously with short tempers and crunch time hammering down on us, it did not allow for a very pleasant load out. Hopefully our next venue will be less stressful. Heck, it’s Virginia Beach, time to enjoy it.
... to the gate I made the near impossible journey of walking the entire length of JFK to get to baggage claim. By the time I got there, surprise! my bag was waiting for me :) it's a Thanksgiving Miracle. Then I shuffled into the car with the family and drive into Jersey. Normally this small excursion should take 30 minutes, unfortunately due to a mass exodus, our trip ended up being more like 3 1/2 hours. When we finally get there we ...
... the tender age of 13, and I don't believe I've ever taken a two week vacation. So I mention the possibility to my husband whose wheels begin to turn even faster. Now he's signing up for websites, reading blogs and forwarding these emails to me that are written in the same odd verbiage he had just recently adopted. Crazy, I think. And then all of a sudden, not so ...