Howard Johnson Inn Jamaica JFK Airport
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... to catch the performance of one lucky patron who topped off her melody by dropping her phone (which smashed to smithereens) and I chuckled. Sounds mean but her 'playing' was terrible. We spent the remainder of the day taking in Central Park, which, was a park. I guess a biggish park but for me (who would rather be walking around such a place with two dachshunds for entertainment) was a little boring. Perhaps we'll squeeze in one more visit up ...
... say it took quite a while to finish it! We headed out to walk around midtown before wandering into Central Park to relax for the afternoon. We found a couple of spots and just lay there, reading, writing this, and watching the world go by. Absolute bliss! At one point a toddler carrying a plastic tent peg chased a pigeon around, hence the quote above. We continued to walk around Central Park, stopping every now and then to sit down and read or play Fluxx. We saw a turtle (no ...
... to get her keys (and yes, it was her car!) to some incredibly deep and meaningful encounters with the people that we served. Here are just a few of our group's experiences here today, from three different groups of St. Michael folks! Team Nancy Reagan: Roxanne Seidel, Lauren Rittler, Kalli Wampler, Lauren Mitchell "Our morning started at a community garden supported by the rapper 50Cent. The community gardens in NY are now under the control of the ...
... style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Thank you to Barb and Jim for recommending we visit! Newport is beautiful. It has a Boston feel about it, but smaller. You could also compare it to Fremantle (AUS), but quieter. As usual, we jam-packed it all in. We wandered the cobblestone streets of town, checked out the on-water happenings, had lunch at a local cafe (The Corner Cafe), did the famous 'Ocean Drive' and envied ...
... some garlic fries which were amazing (though probably not for the people sat near us).
As for the game it was very low scoring with not a lot happening and because of that the crowd was fairly subdued apart from when the tannoy system blared out Cotton Eye Joe and the crowd went wild with everyone dancing and trying to get on ‘fan cam’ on the big screen. The dj followed ...