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... went to find a laundromat, we were out of clean underwear so it was needed. We found a laundromat and washed and dried our things. Another true New Yorker experience I am guessing as there were about 10 that we walked past in the few blocks near our house and all were packed with people and clothes. Once finished there we walked home quickly as we could feel the temperature was dropping even further. We are watching a movie and cooking dinner while trying to stay warm. Until ...
We arrived in New York a few days before starting our adventure. Michael and Emily were hard at work every day, but there's so much to see and do in New York that even getting around the subway and familiarizing ourselves with the routes was enough of a ...
... had & I never thought I would or could get that excited over eggs & maple syrup. But not together. Because that's just not British.
Luckily, we managed to fathom out the subway. Even more surprisingly, I coped better than my City boy husband it seemed. We shared a train with a group of excitable South American ladies & their dad; who asked US if they were on the right train(?!) Seriously. Was expecting them to ...
Who would have known that little Italy is a half a block up from our hotel?! (Well maybe us if we had done any research at all... But hey, look at all these surprises).
We sat and drank Sangria, ate antipasto, got served mouldy bread, then reserved nice edible bread with garlic oil.
... idea and book a nice, relaxing week in Fiji.
Trying again the next day, you are finally able to save your data and proceed to the next page. It feels like you’ve won the lottery! At this point, you have memorized the order of the data fields and can fill them in without reading the prompts.
By the end of the application, I get the feeling that if you, a relative, or anyone you’ve ever met in line at the grocery store is, or ever has been, a ...