Paris Suites Hotel
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... wonderful open space with cafes, children's playground, chess and other games. Beautiful trees and gardens with lots of tables and chairs to sit at. People were put and about enjoying the beautiful weather. We sat there for quite a while just taking it all in. Free Wifi so posted some photos. A fiend of Donna's had told her that the cleanest public bathrooms in New York were in Bryant's Park. We went and they were. Donna had booked us on a night ...
... and beautiful that any sky
scraper than we have ever seem. We stopped a few times to take some pictures,
which wont do the place justice, and hoped and prayed that our trusty Jeep
didn’t break down out here and leave us stranded in the 35 degree desert heat
where we would shrivel up like a discarded snake skin until we were crispy
enough to snap under foot. Fortunately we didn’t!
We ended up that night in a rather, sorry, we have to ...
... for. As I was getting ready to pay for the case another sales assistant/hustler wants to show me the latest electronic device that projects movies/photos or anything else from phones or tablets and computers wirelessly. Sioux said that would be great for when I do presentations and it's a tax deduction. That got my attention. The reason Kate is to blame for me handing over $1500 US (including a Swiss Army pocket knife) is the night before she emailed me the sales for Duke Medical for ...
... big deals, shows of cultures and
governments from around the world, displays of technological innovation by
industry, and shows of what the future world was likely to hold. If people were
to buy into the exhibits of the 1964-1965 fair, they would have thought by our
current age we’d all be living in a world that resembles the Jetsons cartoon in
our flying cars and self-cleaning houses and taking our vacations on the moon,
but no one then ...
... a cold wind and a bit of rain, Melinda and I spent most of the trip on the bow as the views were excellent. Back downtown to the West Village to find a little (tiny) restaurant called Home that was recommended by a work colleague. Luckily we were early for dinner by New York standards (7pm) so we got in - it only holds about 20 people in a small converted house about 4m wide! Service and food were ...