Days Hotel & Conference Center
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to 48th St to meet them at 7.30-8.00pm. On the way I realised I had left the exact address at the apartment. It was on my iPad which was being charged. We walked along 48th St to 11th Avenue and could find the Comfort Inn. Peter then said to me "Helen said it's not far from Madison Square Garden." I said "Oh no, I must have got mixed up because MSG is on 34th St, so maybe the hotel is on 38th NOT 48th St. We then headed ...
The culture change has already begun. Sitting in the terminal, with the Republican National Convention streaming on TV, I am surrounded by Brits.
I never really thought about it, but they seem to bring up some good points about what is going on. My favorite has to be when one woman hears Jeb Bush's speech:
"What? Are you kidding me? Is this what elections are ...
August 12 - by Emma
Today when I woke up I was really excited because we were going to be home today!!! I am most excited to see my dog because every day I run my hand through his hair, and I miss that! Before we left to go to the house we had to clean up the RV a bit. When we started driving I couldn't stop smiling, and when we got to the places that I recognized I was sooooooooooo happy. I didn't want to ...
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30) Ben ...
... me, wrote down a few restaurants and sights that sounded incredible, and left the rest up to chance. As much as I had planned, I was also going to be flexible. As long as it didn't interfere with plane tickets or a program commitment, I could change my travel plans according to whether I liked or disliked a place. For example, one (very full) day in Athens was enough for me. I hopped on a ferry to Santorini a day or ...