Quality Inn Meadowlands
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... truffles. I wish they would open a store in Keller. I would quit my job and manage it for them. I got myself a box of truffles and then set out to see more of the neighborhood that I hadn't seen yet. There were a lot of people out in Williamsburg today, probably because there are so many places to socialize and just about every place has brunch until 4pm. I can deal with sweltering heat or large crowds of people, but not both. ...
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Laura, It was a pleasure to get to know you this week in Queens. You were a real asset to our team as we worked at the Salvation Army and in the food truck. You did any and everything you were asked to, without hesitation or complaint. Upon your return home, how can you continue the work we started in New York?
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... more. A Gourmet Food Cart Tour was fun and filling. We tasted Jamaican, Halal, Indian, Greek and Korean food before finishing with superb Belgian waffles. A highlight was to meet up with Margaret's cousin, Jennie, and her son Chris, in Central Park for lunch. Another was to see the Macy fireworks on 4th July from a perfect spot in Brooklyn. Chris turned into a real New Yorker, regularly crossing steets against the big red hand! ...
... It was funny to see people tying bits of rubbish to the bridge. I've seen people add padlocks and of course graffiti to mark their existance, but rubbish? really?! At the end of the bridge was a small patch of grass where we saw our first squirrel, and Samuel, now being a photography enthusiast took about 46 photos and a video of it. We dragged him away with the promise of a milkshake. Onward we went to the 9/11 memorial sight. It ...