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... let’s give the interns busy work’ phase has come to an end. I love everyone here in the office. They’re all so friendly, and I couldn’t ask for better people to help me figure out this city. Yesterday, Meri noticed I was stressed and told me to leave the office for an hour and catch the view near the river. Next week, Lee and Jen (co-founders) are taking us to lunch somewhere swanky. Nervous. Tuesday ...
... my belated birthday present to her... still no luck.
We walked the 10 or so blocks back to the hotel in a little bit of rain picking up some slices of pizza for lunch. Very expensive slices for NY standards! $12 for 2 pieces. Outrageous!!
We returned to our hotel to rest up for a hour or so before getting ready to go out to a comedy gig called New York Standup. It was held in a small bar out the back which held about 30 ...
... to the busy Brooklyn centre, compared to NYC this felt a lot more like a town centre on a Saturday - a couple of big department stores, a lot of phone shops, fast food and questionable discount clothing shops.
We wandered perhaps a little too long and it was with bellies really rumbling we steamed into a ‘West Didsbury’ looking café. Mistake! Again we could not agree, but ate anyway, the pancakes with extra full English seemed to suffice for Matt but Susie ...
... The space inside was massive; made of marble and well preserved (unlike a lot of subways which were in a state of disrepair and or unclean). I guess as a show piece of architecture and history, it needed to be. We stayed long enough admire the HUGE arched windows, the stairs, the space itself and to warm up with coffee and hot chocolate. BTW - this was the first NY coffee that we liked. Some of it had been awful to say the least. Coffee drinkers know that bitter ...
I swear flights are faster than they used to be, as it only took 3 hours and 29 minutes to get to Toronto from Vancouver. I remember that being almost a 5 hour flight back in the day. Once I got to Toronto I did the necessary connection through customs, then had breakfast. I boarded the plane....then waited. And waited longer. Turns out, according to the captain "Ladies and Gentleman, we have swapped aircrafts at the last moment, and it turns out our ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center