Holiday Inn Orangeburg - Rockland / Bergen
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... Project put it all together, and the fine one-to-a-part singers and outstanding instrumentalists acquitted themselves very well, with great French style! It really was excellent music making, though the plainchant with French ornamentation didn't flow as successfully. The following evening we travelled to the Upper East Side to St Jean Baptiste, an incredibly grand church on a massive scale, to see the same (and more) singers and instrumentalists perform Monteverdi's ...
On Thursday we were greeted with a perfect winters day. The sun was shining and the temperature, although cool was pleasant. We headed out to try and get tickets to a tour of Carnigie Hall. Last time we were here we tried four or five times with no luck. Unlike most other places, Carnigie Hall tickets are only available from the hall on the day of the tour and they sell out in about ten minutes every day. So last time we missed out. And again today we ...
An amazing French restaurant. Simon had invited us all for a dinner get together. Took a sub-way to reach the place. Also got to meet Leah and Pete. Simon is a good story teller. Enjoyed the time over dinner having some nice recommended French salads but ...
Here is a special album I made of my very favorite photos from our trip. It's not necessarily representative of where we went of what we did - just photos that I think turned out well and that remind me of how amazing China is and what a great time Jin and I had there this summer. The photos are arranged in chronological order.
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... would have let me back in. Second, (they say) you have to apply for emergency visa in person, and I had an out-of-town conference for the next two days. My flight was on the third day. That being said, a fellow traveler waiting at the consulate told me that he had personally seen people drop off/pick up emergency visas for other people, so who knows, it could be worth a try.
The most frustrating part of applying for an Indian visa is the lack of logical process. ...