Oyster Bay Inn
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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I have been watching "Blue Bloods" from time to time. It's one of those NYPD shows based upon a New York family staring two of my favorite actors, Donnie Wahlberg and Tom Selleck.
So Anne doesn't like it when I shave my face. I don't really either, but sometimes I get tired of the same look. With that said... I went to 'trim' it up a little and I turned out with a Tom Selleck mustache. As a ...
... first Nordstrom's and across the street to take the monorail which was brought us close to our hotel.
So, we walked over 13000 steps today. Needed to walk off that lunch.
For dinner, we went to the Crow which was about one block from the hotel. Yes, our feet hurt by then. The hotel clerks recommended the restaurant, and the food was great. I had a couple of Kumamoto raw oysters! Yum... served with red wine vinegar instead of the typical cocktail ...
Today seemed to run a little smoother. I arrived at our Seattle venue around 9AM, had a quick breakfast, than began working with Tim, our video wall expert. He showed me how to build the massive LED video wall that we have behind the stage for displaying video to the audience while the show is under way.
Learning how to assemble the massive wall is ...
... all the way into Chinatown in Seattle where we were staying. Instead of going to our hostel straight away we went downtown into pikes market for a look around and to grab a bite to eat. We had arrived just before lunch so we had made amazing time into the city. Pikes market was full of restaurants, food stalls, quirky craft stalls and then seafood vendors. When someone ordered a whole fish the staff throw the fish around to each other yelling out things which was quite funny ...
... enough time to look up and find a wide open player on the other side of the field. I sent a ball a crossed the field which was met with a thunderous header that sent the ball into the back of the net. The home crowd immediately jumped out of their seats and started to cheer. This was a very exciting point in the game because it was now tied in the last 30 minutes of regulation. Our coach's advice was to now pressure the other team and find the back of the net before ...