Courtyard By Marriott Tinton Falls
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... downtown while waiting to queue for the evening concert, so we visited the Federal Hall Museum (where Washington was inaugurated), and the fascinating Museum of the American Indian, a branch of the Smithsonian. I could have spent a lot longer there! The unlikely-named Roomful of Teeth on Monday evening at Trinity Wall Street concluded what had till then been an early music festival with a performance of eight unaccompanied amplified voices, exploring the expressive potential ...
... sure what to do with the service you prepaid for with 20% gratuity added in for exceptional service, can you please tell me how to do my job, because I'm not really sure I know what I'm doing). Miraculously, not only did the vintage beater travel vessel survive the journey to JFK, but the passengers did as well. The driver threw caution to the wind while switching lanes narrowly avoiding dump trucks and cutting off other ...
So today I wake up and I'm pretty hungover. The most troubling thing seems to be that I literally can't see straight....luckily after speaking to Hollie she doesn't think I'm going blind very quickly it's still unnerving though. Today is cold, very cold! That must be the last of the summer I go on over to ...
... so basic, but I can't help but feel nostalgic for the same scenario in the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris. This area seems to be an exact copy of the pond in Paris, but over there the kids use batons to push the boats out into the pond, then run around the outside until they can push their boat again as it drifts towards the edge. I liked it much better, especially because here there is a cranky man who must be in charge of the boats who spends his time telling everyone ...
Today we visited a supportive housing unit up in Harlem known as the Dorothy Day. It houses 200 men, women and children. The woman heading this up is Ellen Baxter, who was really inspiring in a very understated and humble way. She was actually at the helm of the early 1980s legal action which fought for the "The Right To Shelter." So when they won, the state began to shelter the homeless by turning military armouries into temporary ...