Days Hotel Conference Center East Brunswick
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Bus to Sydney, evening stay over at Lucia and Tony's (mucho gracias). QF 11 to New York via Los Angeles for a 23 hr flight. We flipped a coin and chose to sleep as much as possible then reset our clock in NY. Doreen got lucky and scored the extended search by U.S. boarder protection which added 1/2 hr to all transit moments as well as the indignity of forensic patting down in addition to finger printing and full body scans. There was a small queue of white middle aged ...
... Highbridge Tower is to the left in Highbridge park. More workmen waving.
9:32 The Alexander Hamilton Bridge.
Then the Washington Bridge immediately after - not to be confused with George.
Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill - for now he may end up gone and replaced by a woman! He was president at one time and one of the founding fathers and established the first US bank.
9:50 Feed due - Rich was late with it again..!.
... life I need to pinch myself" moments. It was so special. After the show I went to stage door however sadly Kristin didn't come out to sign autographs. But that's ok. I'm lucky and grateful to even see her on the stage. I did however meet Peter Gallagher who was her co-star. I then caught a taxi home where everyone else was all asleep. Saturday we had a reservation to see the 9/11 museum and memorial. It's very big and ...
... being able to thoroughly enjoy their experience in the Galapagos. Most of our students came with us to the lagoon, which was not a required part of the tour, and that was very special to me. They bonded as a group (I couldn’t tell the Bard students from the rest of the NY contingent) and that warmed my heart. Great trip! Can’t wait to return! Muchas gracias Victor!
Tzong-Jin- What an amazing trip!! I am grateful to have the opportunity to ...
... coming from breakfast near Christopher Street, led us near to the Ed Sullivan Theatre, where there was a sign advertising a ballot for tickets to that afternoon's taping of David Letterman's program. We decided to put forward our names, and had to phone back an hour later to see if our names had been pulled out of the hat, so we headed off as planned to MOMA, but filled in the time at the bookshop, admiring the sculpture garden, and chatting to David Marr and his ...