Holiday Inn Hasbrouck Heights
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... the torch right at us, and we just stood there, looking at our feet, hoping the guard might just leave. After a really long time he said 'umm, are you guys okay? You need to head back to your bunks' and we scurried off like naughty school children. We also had rehearsals for the staff show every night, which were always fun because so many of my friends were in the show with me. I even had a couple of group solos with Olivia which was nice, and the big ensemble numbers ...
The town car was ordered for 5:30 am as our concierge advised we had to be at the airport 2 hours before our domestic flight. Dumb Ass. Flew to Washington on a tiny plane - seating configuration was 1 seat one side 2 seats on the other. Arrived about 9:30am and caught the Metro to Arlington. It was already hot. Not nice dry heat like we get at home, but wet heat, like walking around in a permanent sauna....draining First stop was the Kennedy's graves. The eternal flame burns where ...
... girls. We met one of them, a girl from Chicago, and she seemed very nice. The place itself was nice and clean, and the security seemed adequate. Main concerns at the minute are Rose's navigational and directional abilities. No tears at the farewell but both mother and daughter seemed quite tense. Planning the museum of modern art and Empire State Building tomorrow. Alex looking forward to being the centre of attention from ...
... the two interested parties off to see the submarine Growler. We regrouped to check out the USS intrepid Essex class aircraft carrier which was pretty good. It started to drizzle a little so we settled outside under shelter with a bud lite while deciding whether to risk the downpour with a twilight harbor cruise. When we looked over to the city, we could not see the buildings so decision made. Macy's the most hugest shop in the world is ...
... t even remember what now, when we realised we were at the base of the Empire State Building. So given it was dusk and the queue was short, we decided to go up. It took us about 40 minutes of queues and we were up the top, fighting the crowds to get a glimpse over the edge. Until then I hadn't really appreciated the buildings of the city! Given that my first impression of the city was a little cold, (I think I had been expecting a mad rushed and busy business city, like Hong ...
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