Radisson Hotel New Rochelle
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- Tennis Court
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
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How have I accumulated so much stuff???
I am in the throes of the packing home stretch. Who knew that it would take 2 backpacks, 2 carry-ons, and five checked bags to transport all the must haves? Oh, and let's not forget the rope and duct tape required to keep the military-style duffel bag under airline checked bag size restrictions. Fingers crossed that Korean Air doesn't make me open it.
Seeing the empty medicine cabinet in my bathroom has made my ...
... did our own thing before meeting up and sharing what great stuff we had found. Afterwards we came back to the hotel and chilled out for a couple of hours before we started to get ready for Aaron's 30th birthday evening he had organised with everyone. He had organised it at a place called 48 lounge and we pretty much had the whole place to ourselves as ...
It was raining steadily when I left the museum, and my flimsy little fold-up umbrella was of little value to get me to Chinatown where I planned to have dinner. Marc insisted Ping’s Seafood was the best place, and from what I recall dining with him there a few years ago it was pretty good. I was in the mood for some spicy Sichuan rather than Cantonese, though, and settled on a place that offered Hot Pot. I think of hot pot as a boiling cauldron of spicy broth ...
... between the texts and what goes on onstage. The NYT reviewer had no trouble figuring that out. He pointed out a few of the weird images, but he left out the two worst offenders:
1) Two television screens broadcasting mirror-image black and white footage of a woman pouring a glass of milk brim-full, then walking down a hall and into a room where a young black child takes the milk and drinks it. The woman then returns to wherever she got ...
The course was initially designed by Lawrence Van Etten and was completed in 1905. It quickly became famous for both its beauty and the cruelty of its hilly terrain. English golf pro Harry Vardon dubbed the 18th hole, also known as "cardiac hill," as "one of the greatest" he ever played. Over the years Wykagyl has attracted a number of prominent golf pros including George Duncan, Walter Hagen, Ben Hogan, Bobby Jones, Byron Nelson, ...