Marriott Islandia Long Island
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... is a common practice. My only choice is not to go on tours.
We had one wasted day, which Pacific Delight has to find a way of rectifying. When we departed Yangshuo, we drove two hours to reach the airport in Guilin. We then flew into Guangzhuo. Originally we were supposed to fly directly into Hong Kong, but recently they eliminated all non stop flights. After arriving in Guangzhuo, it was an hours ride to the train station, ...
... Trade Center site. The memorial and museum were excellent and very moving. We headed back to Larchmont for a great salmon feast by chef Paul and a great visit with Jessica (our niece). Thursday we headed back downtown for some shopping in Soho, a great lunch at a very authentic Tapis Bar, a walk through little Italy, and an incredible show on Broadway (Les Miserables) followed by ...
... 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 ...
... lied in my first post......I had another hot dog! I was hungry & they are good & cheap.
Prior to the show we had Shake Shack. Burgers, wine & beer.
The show was called Hard Knock Laughs at Stand Up NY. It was $20 a ticket plus a 2 drink minimum. This is a MUST if you visit New York! It was a small intimate show, we were sat in the centre of the front row & apparently Sam "laughs like a black man" because his whole body ...
When we found out how close Belmont was, well of course we had to go see it. Races weren't for a couple hours and we couldn't wait (as much as Maggie wanted to put her dollar down) because we had one more site to see before we headed into Manhattan to see our friend Illan, have dinner and see a show. The track was huge and while we were there, busses kept rolling in and dropping off ...