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... the foyer is named. She had done work in 1975 to ensure that the original station building was repaired and restored unlike Penn Station where the original structure was removed. Grand Central Station is in a lot of movies and is an iconic building.
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... Dog eating contest, this is where it takes place.
I loved Coney Island. This is someplace where you can take the family for a day of beachy fun without spending a fortune. It was New Yorkers enjoying a completely different perspective on their great city. Beach access is free and there are many little food and drink stops along the Coney Island Boardwalk. You can also ride the Cyclone, a ~100 year old wooden roller coaster. ...
... bitt racist. Food for thought - but I spent much of my time wondering am I Racist or was this a group of arseholes. We landed and then I was in Vegas. This place is large. I checked in to the MGM Grand. This hotel is the first f the big hotels on the "Strip". You join a line – there were so many people – it took 30 minutes to check in, but I had a room despite arriving early. ...
... the seven hour flight felt like it was really short! After a really quick stop through immigration and baggage, we were jumping on the airport train to pick up our car from a girl with neon green fingernails. We've been given a tiny pinkish Mitsubishi, although it is better then the little marshmallow we had in Dublin! She will be getting a name as the trip progresses no doubt. Laura says that driving in America is like riding a bike, and she took to the roads like a duck to ...
... for me that it has been a novelty (when you take out the disappointment of the NBA game). I love walking in the snow and feel it crunching under my feet. Snowflakes actually have shapes - Andy took photos of Hannah's beanie and the flakes do look like what you see in cartoons. I have attached one of Andy's photos to this blog where you can see the flake shapes. So we will see what the morning ...