Four Points by Sheraton Long Island City Queensboro Bridge
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... on the lookout not to miss anything. You all know I hate to miss out on anything. The bad, so sad, is the rude, unfriendly people. Not just next to you as you merely go about your adventure, but the people been paid to serve you in a shop, or vendors you want to buy from. I was so surprised when Quintin mentioned a rude sales person. I though he might be used to it as its more the norm to be rude than polite. There are a few out there who ...
... buildings around the place. Guess it's nice work if you can get it :) One positive note was that, apparently, no one is just handed a fat inheritance on a plate, you have to work for it just like all the Rockefellers before you. Grand Central Station was up next - definitely spending more time there in a future visit. After all, we didn't get close enough to the Apple Store there :) Next up was one those real "I can't believe I'm actually here" moments - the Empire State ...
... we found an interesting diner for lunch. We managed to pick up some cheap theatre tickets for Jersey Boys tonight as my sister Mary Anne recommended and wow! It was fantastic. We loved the music and the singing was brilliant. On the way back we picked up some late supper at The Stardust Club, which my sister also recommended, and it was fun as many of the waiters sang during our meal. They were really quite ...
... pair of Converse shoes and Chris got a pair of dark green Vans shoes. . Mum and dad went off shopping to Modells sports store to return a pair of faulty netball shoes and exchange some NY Yankees caps that were the wrong size - took ages. Then off to Trader Joes at the cnr of 21st and 6th to buy food for dinner. Cooked up a storm and a mess and didn't eat until almost ...
... Actor" means. The Tony's (except the last unclear one) were well chosen: far and away the best part of this show is the staging, which is minimalist and relies on the use of props like rope to delineate spaces, miniature boats to represent real boats, and yellow dishwashing gloves work loose so they flap off the end of the fingers to represent birds. The staging was extremely clever and very entertaining; the plot is pretty close to ...
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