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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of all things, passed away in July my sister and I were left with the daunting task of finding suitable homes for his vast amassment of rare books, art, stamps, sports memorabilia, and even prehistoric shark teeth. With two kids, understandably my sister has not yet been able to unload the lion's share of his collections. Today, I am determined to give all my attention to this project. But, as I sit here surrounded by suitcases and stacks piled ...
... fact that there is WIFI and power outlets at each seat. Upon arriving at the 30th Street station and making my way to the street I caught a cab to the Customs House. I was surprised to see a line already formed outside the Customs House at 7:15. I looked around and spotted a coffee shop across the street and headed over for some breakfast. While enjoying a bacon, egg, and cheese croissant I was thinking that the line forming was walk in hopefuls. On ...
... the door was open) invited me to come in and look around. It's as beautiful inside as it is out. The lower level has the sarcophagi of Grant and wife, Julia, and he is surrounded by busts of his favorite Generals...Sherman, Ord,Thomas, Sheridan and McPherson. In the upper wings, flags of the regiments he commanded are displayed and the walls have a map of all the major battles of the Civil War. All in all a very impressive structure and ...
... take the dog out to pee then out like a light!
Next day Sunday we check out decide to explore the city a little more before we go. Knowing about the marathon we figure well take our chances.
Our plan for this exploration includes finding a cheese steak and/or a shake shack...but thats not gonna happen. Oh yea, Love park is lame, LOVE sign is bigger in NY. The city is packed but we find parking, go explore near the finish ...
She took me to morimoto's restaurant for dinner. Gasp. Omg.
7pm seating at the restaurant that keeps on changing colors and has dildo shaped light bulbs. Never imagined that I'd be excited to go to such a restaurant, but such is life.
We opted for the $120 ppax omakase testing menu. Here goes:
Toro tartar in dashi broth. Tamamomo (mountain peach) to cleanse palate after course.
Kumamoto oysters in 3 sauces: Japanese orange salsa, ...