Hyatt Regency Long Island
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... you could want to buy. The other thing I meant to mention is the large number of dog walkers that walk up to 12 dogs a time, they can earn up to $50000 a year doing it. We haven't been able to get online and do our blog while we have been at this hotel due to the fact that this one doesn't have any free wifi and I'm damned if I was going to buy it! We get picked up at 1230 for our journey to ...
... and offering me only a pitching wedge through five iron, three woods, and a putter. Bolton and I are equal golfers, so immediately my goal was to beat him with Ray Cook by my side! After 9 holes, I shot a 46 and was down 5 strokes heading into the turn. Mom always credits her side of the family with my golf skills, but it was my Dad's "Potagee Judo" teachings that ended up coming in handy this day! I ended up shooting ...
... how am I going to last the whole time?!”
I was freaking out...
The guy in the office saw me panicing, and thought it was the funniest thing… don’t you love when people get pleasure from your pain?
He told me to kick it… I told him he was nuts
He kicked it and it literally turned into like a rock… the guy goes all these bugs are harmless and when you just tap it they get scared and leave you alone.. what ...
... in search of a coat which would be easy peasy considering the weather conditions......wrong! I was the only one in Times Square/the state of New York that wasn't wearing a coat because it was freezing, but it was apparently impossible to buy one since the stores only had summer stock. Ridiculous! Finally I found a thick jacket at H&M which is slightly too tight but would do the job & was an unexpected bargain when it rung up at $30 at the check ...
... It will literally never be the same. The boardwalk, where so many of my memories were harvested, was completely dismantled last month.
My mother fights daily with the insurance companies, as do her neighbors.
And the basement to her house was gutted, past the studs, down to the concrete. She'll rebuild, but my childhood home won't be the same either.