Eventi - a Kimpton Hotel
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Taxi arrived at 5:50am, said a wee farewell to our four legged friend and we headed for the airport. Dropped cases off, went through security and nearly got ourselves barred for taking a picture of a Celtic player as he went through security - how embarrassing. Got some breakfast then departed for Amsterdam. First leg if flight was great. Once I. a …
... see cool planes. Paid a bit extra to go to the space part and got to see the Enterprise (one of the retired US space shuttles). A great way to hide from cold sleety rain. Maybe the only museum I have read every single but of writing in. Did this while Mitch and gk went to the Harlem Globetrotters. -Natural history museum: just like night at the museum only bigger. Lots of interesting stuff. Almost too big. I think we only saw half of it and my attention span was ...
... that everyone is a little quiet. Check-in was allowed when we arrived so we dropped our bags off and headed down to the cafe in the hostel for some food. I opted for an Italian focaccia resembling the Pret Palma Ham (my fav) which was really good, then Facetimed the folks for a catch up! Tabitha and I decided to plan our next few days and make a list of things we'd like to see. Not wanting to waste the day we headed out around 2.30pm into Central Park through the 100th ...
... well know marathons in the world and I just QUALIFIED!
A few months later I attempted to signed up for the BOSTON MARATHON. It was the year of economic crisis, when everyone apparently qualified and wanted to run (many without jobs had time to train and run). The sucker sold out in 8 hours. I was out of town on the day it opened...and with a flooded webpage to sign-up things were slow. I was about to just give up and handle it when I got back home but I stuck with it and ...
... and so the city is now compelled to provide immediate access to public shelters for the homeless, but the distance from a shelter to a home still seems insurmountable. Even though they have 15,000 supportive housing units, the demand outweighs the supply. The average wait time for a family to access housing from a public shelter is nine months, and to be on the priority list they must have been homeless for at least 12 months. A fairly bleak ...