Red Carpet Inn Williamstown
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... with the appetite for food? And would not anyone who had grown up in a different world think there was something equally queer about the state of the sex instinct among us?
One critic said that if he found a country in which such strip-tease acts with food were popular, he would conclude that the people of that country were starving. He meant, of course, to imply that such things as the strip-tease act resulted not from sexual corruption but from ...
... onto the river.
We saw New Jersey again!
A few sailing boats and speed boats accompanied us on the river.
After approx 20 mins we returned to the ramp to resume with Father duck on the road.
All up the tour took 80 mins and it was well worth it, as a novel way of seeing the city and hearing stories.
Paul wanted to stretch his legs so ...
We had lunch at the Reading Terminal Market. Oh. My. Gosh. Oh my gosh. OMG!!!! It was AMAZING! If I lived here I would be here every single day! It was so full of culture I had goosebumps! It used to be a train station that has been converted into a giant market full of food from all over the world, flower shops, bakers, craftsman, fresh fish stands, and sooo much more! There are not many places in the world that you can go and get food from almost anywhere. ...
... like a lifetime in a week! It makes me realise that it's important what questions we ask and how one can communicate a sense of ones own life. Well that's what it feels like right now... I will finish now because there is a ghost tour going on in half hour - it includes the building used in the ghostbusters movie (this city is great for remembering the 1980's movies). Take care, love ally x PS. Message for my mum - I did me washing! ...
We ended our stay in New York with dinner at Buddakan - one of the greatest eating experiences we have ever enjoyed, following a couple of touristy days visiting Carrie's apartment, the Friends' building, a bar on the Hudson, the giant piano from Big, and the obligatory Staten Island Ferry viewing of the Statue of Liberty. Early today I schlepped out to JFK to pick up the car that will take us the 3000 miles from New York, NY to Key West, FL the long way ...