The Palms Hotel Fire Island
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... Crowds crazy around Black Friday ( the start of the discount season leading up to Christmas). Nice day on the Thanks Giving public holiday, watched a bit of the Macey's parade, nice brunch near Hudson River, boat cruise around the island, then walked the Highline (a raised disused railway line which has been turned into a linear walkway) light lovely, took lots of photos. Explored Greenwich Village & Soho, ...
... green papaya salad, beef stew ... nice looking ice lollies I didnt try. BA lounge is very warm for some reason - although dining area was quite chilly. discovered beer on tap as we were leaving - Derek was v disappointed. BA0116 departing 21:15 to LHR. seat 10b in Biz pushoff at 21:10, takeoff at 21:30 . watched alan partridge in alpha papa. enjoyed watching derek crying. elemis on offer, d is saving them for mama- ...
... have plenty of our own (****, I better rethink that, before I start sounding like many of my right wing whack job friends). Went thru security (20 minutes) and straight through to the Delta Airlines Skyclub for my now 3 hour wait for my flight. A day membership costs $50... Well worth it to get out of the noisy crowded terminal...and you get free beer and wine. This clubs just opened and was very lux. Well worth it. We boarded on time. I had ...
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Various pics of the lead up to the party. Basically, Kirsche had no idea that we were in New York. David had proposed to her shortly before they turned up here so we were another surprise for her.
Olivier demonstrating his cool Gauloise in the bouche pose.
The music was provided by some Tasmanian musos flown ...
... have a photographic display of the history of the ESB. It was built around the same time as the Sydney Harbour Bridge and as I looked at the black and white photographs of the sweaty, grimy, shirtless and often nameless men who laboured on the project I could see many comparisons between the two. Men standing unrestrained on iron beams hundreds of metres in the air, just doing their job. For if they didn't do it someone else would have and their families would have gone hungry. ...