Extended Stay America - Long Island - Melville
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Now I have a postcard that I will be sending to you - and a few for other people too - but I have been very busy and will only be able to post them today. Because America is so far away (3435 miles to be exact) it might take a little while to arrive! Now I have got a few presents for you from America - though you might have to wait until Christmas for one ...
... having been completed since 1883.
We had told the Italians we would see them off before they departed NY. We embarked on an epic Italian man hunt over the whole city, looking every which way. In the end, we tired ourselves out with no luck. We decided to call it a night. One memorable moment from our hunt was seeing the line up for ...
... where I watched some pick up basketball (not nearly the diversity of the soccer field). The library was a neat old building that I wish I could have spent more time in but the important thing is I got my ticket printed and ready to go. Before I headed back to Phil's apartment I made one last detour by Carlo's Bakery. The line was the length of the block, as I figured it would be, but I never had any intention of buying anything just wanted to see it and rub ...
... consulate on my behalf. They got in touch with the Second Secretary of the consulate, who promised to look into the matter.
Feeling like I’d done all I could do, I wished the best of luck to the new friends I’d made in the waiting room at CKGS, got yelled at by a security guard for stopping to talk with them, and headed over to the consulate. Even though EVERY official source (CKGS website, CKGS phone rep, CKGS customer service rep, consulate website, ...
... When the dogs tired of finding remains, Suson and the recovery workers sometimes had to pretend to be dead, covered by sheets, and when found by the dogs, they would say, "Good boy, you've found us!" to encourage them to carry on. Sadly, all of these dogs have died, as well as many of the recovery workers, because of cancer and other illnesses caused by the toxic fumes emitted at Ground Zero after the attacks.
We learned the story behind the Deutsche Bank ...