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... in the mansion. He seemed to have been a step ahead of the IKEA flat pack phenomenon! All around the building like under the great stairs and on the mosaics and ceilings, carved into the wooden skirting on the ceiling and in the crevices of pillars there were acorns and oak leaves; the family symbol of course. The mansion set out to impress and had to compete with the the other Newport Mansions of the Gilded Age. There are three other famous mansions in Newport from the ...
... of the language I overheard; I will use fudge and sugar as substitutes and to give a sweeter tone! I stood ahead of a woman who bumped into her friend at the door of the station and began explaining her custody battle with her mother for her first child. She explained ' I'm through with all that sugar. I mean I smoke my weed and that's it; that's all I need. I see all that sugar and I think naaah I don't want any of that fudgein sugar!' It was the time she spent in prison that ...
... is a shame to waste a cupcake, but I knew I wouldn’t have time to eat them both later. The Brooklyn Blackout was great—rich, moist and fudgy. I also really liked the yellow American cupcake. I much preferred the butter cream icing to their meringue icing on their other cupcakes.
Sunday I stored my bag with bell services and set out for Rockefeller Center. My plan was to go to the Top of the Rock at 8am and ...
... boys do. They are not born with any hint of being a subordinate gender or "lesser than" in any way or not as worthy of an equal shot at living with dignity and power and contributing to our world.
My reading this morning was about honor killings which are illegal in Turkey but still are not uncommon particularly in poor, rural areas. Honor killings are the most egregious form of gender-based violence but they do not occur in isolation but ...
We LOVED Udaipur, what a wonderful new and old city! We adored our Taj Lake Palace Hotel - felt like I was in Venice...we had to take a boat ride ( 5mins ) over to the Hotel which was glorious!
Our guide took us to a Temple, where we made a flower offerng and he introduced us to the priest, who blessed us ( hmmm, two little jewish girls ) and gave us the ceremonial bracelets to wear...
The City Palace was ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center