Holiday Inn Hazlet
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... flag costumes. We also saw Elmo, and I felt so sorry for him in that hot red costume when it was so warm.
The show The Lion King was showing, so lots of families were waiting.
Batman strolled past in full costume, so it was quite entertaining.
We decided to then take the subway to near Central Park. The sheer size of it was daunting, so I suggested to the guys that a buggy ride would be kinda fun. I'd always thought if I ever got to ...
... for a week and go down South to Sderot, Beersheva and other places. The people who go shop and support the economy of those cities. My friend Sami is there now. Go Sam!
Yehoshua did not enjoy being packed like sardines in the dripping heat and had one of his episodes. So, after an hour or so we left. Made our way down and West and met up for a bit with my friend Carrie (who I met in Hebrew U on our semester abroad a few years ...
... know people, and even start becoming friends with them at the same time. Your ability to put yourself out there and be so truly yourself while doing it is truly a gift. You are a blessing to the people we met this week, our work crew, and the entire Youth Group!
Our families were in the same new members class at Saint Michaels. I've really enjoyed hearing about your musical abilities playing the French horn and chorus, and ...
... who we chat to for ages before the comedy who recommend a soul good restaurant we have to see in Harlem and who explain the whole rent control thing they have here.
The comedy was awesome! So funny! It's really amazing the late start, late finish thing they have going here. So works!!
It's 2am now and we are just tucking up in bed for a sleep. Random walking finds is really making our ...
... of naked women, and midriff is a must. Not to mention all the dogs. I thought France was bad, but it has nothing on New York. We saw a husband and wife carrying matching handbags filled with matching dogs! We left the cool airconditioned station and headed up a steaming 42nd Street. The thermometer may not have indicated high temperatures, but once the sun heats up all that concreat its a sauna. And there were so many Puerto Ricans everywhere making ...