Residence Inn Long Island Hauppauge/Islandia
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... delicious good food we'll be eating along the way!! YUMMY!! We'll probably even sit back like the locals and live by the motto of all Italian living: "il dolce far niente" - the sweetness of doing nothing! :)
We invite you to join us on our trip!! So look out for the email link to our adventure and please post comments along the way!
... 8230; I think I saw my life flash before me 20 times in that ONE car ride.
We finally got to the house after about an hour and WHAT A RELIEF!
THE CCS WEBSITE DOES THE HOME BASE NO JUSTICE AT ALL! IT IS BEAUTIFUL!!!
It was pretty late when we got there, so some people were sleeping, and another group was still on their way back from Zanzibar (ill explain that later).
We met Mama Fatuma… the “mom” of the house who ...
... lied in my first post......I had another hot dog! I was hungry & they are good & cheap.
Prior to the show we had Shake Shack. Burgers, wine & beer.
The show was called Hard Knock Laughs at Stand Up NY. It was $20 a ticket plus a 2 drink minimum. This is a MUST if you visit New York! It was a small intimate show, we were sat in the centre of the front row & apparently Sam "laughs like a black man" because his whole body ...
So here I am, at Cold Spring Harbor, not dead or even mugged!
So on the 14th I flew out of Wellington, not before being charged $200 for one extra bag by Air New Extortion-Zealand. Got to Auckland without incident, and subsequently onto flight to San Francisco. The plane was pretty empty so I could put my seat back without feeling guilty! Got through four movies on the flight: Lincoln (boring), Argo (not boring), Taken (awesome), Taken 2 (not as awesome). So a bit ...
... water receded, there was a chance they were going to have to swim for it, head to the neighbor’s house, which has a third floor. I turned off football to watch CNN, to see Breezy Point, the "Irish Riviera," burn and hoped my mom had pulled the plugs on all the appliances in the basement. I flipped burgers and made French fries and tried not to spend too much time looking for updates on Facebook.
A childhood friend started a Facebook page ...