Hyatt Regency Long Island
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To day is our last day in New York and we have the morning here so after breakfast we have time for a little look around before we get picked up by the coach for our onward journey. We had a good look around Grand central station this morning, it is huge with tracks and concourses running in all directions. They have lots of shops in the station selling all manner of goods and a big food markets with just ...
We were up early today at our Great Neck hotel in order to make the colors ceremony at Wiley Hall oval...0720 hours....after that we were able to grab a bagel breakfast in ten cafe before making our way to Maya and Chase's room on the second deck of Company 2. Of course we dutifully inspected the premises. Later this day wen joyed a formal parade and a football contest against New York State Maritime. ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... in 5 days!!!
Started packing today and I'm starting to get nervous and excited. My first day there I will be attending a Jim Hynes Dinner. Google Jim Hynes. Basically he's an American that lives in Paris and every Sunday for 30 years. He hosts an open house dinner where you are guaranteed to meet people from all walks of life.
I already contacted the couple with whom ...