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... a theater full of special effects. The forty-minute film gives a stirring view of the financial and political state of the globe as country after country was drawn into WWII. The impact of the film is made with special effects through the vibrating seats, strobe lighting, props and buildings that rise from in front of the giant screen and snow flakes and smoke enveloping the audience. The global human cost is given center stage ...
... them but I despise their smartphone's consistent OS style that's still the same as the first generation iPhone had. You might be surprised to learn the geeks have recently made the iPhone embedded with Android. For the time being this merely could be tried and you can also get it if you've iPhone 2G or 3G and another awful point is that Android Froyo will only permit you simply to make your device run on 2.1 variant of Android, ...
scene down here has 100,000 attending each game and they all graduate? Anyways
I digress. The FQ was nuts, the bars were packed, the young people are
screaming and yelling and getting **** faced and having a ball, the gays are
strutting their stuff, and are coming out of the closet all up and down the
strip, as Jerry would say “Not that there is anything wrong with that”, and it
is more usual now then unusual and to be quite honest I ...
With no free breakfast or fridge in our room we had to head out to find breakfast. After last nights tax rip off I was now weary of where to eat. I wasn't going to let last night deter me from enjoying this great city so today was a new day and I was excited to get amongst it. We headed into the direction of the city instead of the French quarter. We saw the high rise buildings down past Louis Armstrong park and walked that way. It took about 15 minutes and we got to a big main ...
... Quarter. Maggie and I shared the Stanley Classic breakfast which was tasty, but we still preferred Merchant. We shopped and walked and shopped and walked most of the day. Randy eventually guided us to a Big Easy "must": Pimm's Cups at Napoleon House. We agreed, the Pimm's Cups are a MUST! Finally, we fed ourselves again at Bourbon House on Bourbon St. with ...
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