Extended Stay America - Red Bank - Middletown
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... has always come naturally to me. I had a go at recording a few lines as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz and I wasn't such a natural at that. Oh I stumbled across a movie set this morning. I just wandered straight through it and there were all these trucks with what looked like little rooms and you know what my first thought was...oh are these for the homeless, isn't that awesome that they put them out and offer people a place to wash ...
... top of. The poor kid stands there for a l-o-n-g time while they work up the crowd and you can't help but feel sorry for him. The longer it goes on the more nervous he is becoming. They eventually work their way up to the main event and do somersaults over his head, missing him by centimetres- he must feel them brushing the back of his neck!
As we get closer to where we are meeting Jen, we can hear a crowd and soon discover that lining the street there are ...
... in order for me to acquire those in Texas. My daily afternoon iced coffee is going to be a hard habit to kick, too. 5. The beautiful, historical architecture. That is something you don't see a lot of in the suburbs since everything is new. There is amazing architecture no matter where you go in the city. Sometimes I would be walking down a street thinking it couldn't get any better, then I'd turn the corner and it did. 6. The museums. If I lived in NYC I would be a member ...
... we were heckled for cheering the wrong team. Sorry all. We didn't to that again but I have to say I think my internal team is the Red Sox I just kept clapping them and Mim would catch me and make it stop so we didn't get yelled at again.
Left after the 5th innings cause well it's a bit boring and soooooo many people. Wanted to skip the train rush.
Booked in for top of the rock and we are going to ride the park ...
... most of the facade and it really was larger than life, inside and out. The first exhibition of the day was the Egyptian Art. This was a "chronological display of more than 20,000 objects, 5th millenium BC-AD 400. Old kingdom tomb of Perneb, Meketre models,middle and new kingdom jewellery, statuary of the female pharaoh Hatshepsut, and early Roman period Temple of Dendur" (as per Metropolitan Museum brochure). I was totally ...