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... s on the phone speaking that strange language. For the entire hour! Okay. I go back to work only to return at the end of the day to him still on the phone. Four hours later...still on the phone. Wow! Finally he comes downstairs and says, "We'll, I booked our flights there. First Class on British Airways!" Well, it's a start anyway. He tells me all about his phone call with someone ...
... a suburban environment (we might have needed to buy an American flag to hang above our door).
After a delicious lunch, followed by an inappropriate ice cream, it was time to visit the first dealer. I should mention that we visited this place the week before, and I was quite taken by a Pontiac Grand Prix. I asked the guy for a test drive then, but he declined me since I wasn't planning to buy until later in the month and "Nothing lasts a month". Further investigation ...
... water receded, there was a chance they were going to have to swim for it, head to the neighbor’s house, which has a third floor. I turned off football to watch CNN, to see Breezy Point, the "Irish Riviera," burn and hoped my mom had pulled the plugs on all the appliances in the basement. I flipped burgers and made French fries and tried not to spend too much time looking for updates on Facebook.
A childhood friend started a Facebook page ...
... as many New Yorkers
don’t appear to be that happy. We then had a nice walk through the Upper East
Side and visited the Guggenheim
Museum. Then it was time
to start heading towards the harbour for our Harbour Lights Cruise. Stopped for
a drink at BB King’s bar (pricey) then off to the cruise. Was very beautiful,
got some great shots and met some nice people. Two couples from Florida and ...
... park was not operating, but that was never an issue, rides were not on our agenda.
Weather got a little windy and cold, but walked the boardwalk anyway and had lunch in a beach side Russian restaurant. Lots of Russkies in this area, huge immigrant population as Sandy informed us yesterday.
Headed back for an early night ready for another big day in the city ...