Molly Pitcher Inn
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The sun shone and blue sky appeared once we hit the top and the views were amazing. We seemed particularly talented at getting in viewing gaps quickly by spotting a space and then parking in it! Unfortunately we were far too early for sunset so we went for some food and drinks at a restaurant at the bottom of the building.
The rest of the evening was mainly spent trying to keep Sandra awake until at least 9pm so we sat with drinks in Bryant ...
... have no chance and with one you are still regularly on the wrong train. There are few electronic progress boards on the trains and almost never, line maps in the trains. Just a bit primitive and basic compared to the many others we have used around the world. Mind you CBS has it that New York is the capital of the world. That's a thought for us all to ponder. On the other hand there are many TV broadcasts that decry the invasion of Iraq and USA foreign ...
... east side and loving it! This week we continued to tick off our NYC sights list, including Grand Central Terminal, the New York Public Library and getting a birds eye view of NYC from both the Empire State Building and the Top of the Rock. If last week was the week of NBA then this week was all about Broadway; 3 shows in a week and 1 very happy Chrissy! Lost in Translation Apparently "Cheers Mate" isn't a phrase heard regularly in NYC, because Josh often ...
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Acamprostate Calcium (Campral EC) is specially intended to decrease the craving for ...
... Leighton Buzzard from euston...and even though I didn't really know where I was going, or where I was going to sleep that night, I felt safe. I felt safe because passing these commuter towns, it seemed familiar.I felt safe because I wasn't in a blinking car on the wrong side of the road in the middle of a foreign city!!! Anyway, I managed to get myself to red bank. I chose this place as its where I was booked into for the following night (as its close to my ...