Residence Inn Long Island Hauppauge/Islandia
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... and OF COURSE, we were the only ones wearing the gay shirts. However, it was kinda good because everyone from the program was coming up to us (I HIGHLY suggest that if they tell you to wear it to the airport, you should.. it makes it a hell of a lot easier to find people who are supposed to be with you). There was actually about 10 of us (from all different states) who transferred in Amsterdam, which was cool because there was only 17 people in our group… so ...
... head to the World Trade Center & 9/11 Memorial. As we were leaving we stumbled across Tiffany's, which I was devastated to discover was closed on Sundays.
Was good to visit the World Trade Center & see the new One World Trade Center building which at 1,776 feet tall, is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. Last time Sam visited NY they were laying the foundations so he was amazed to see it now.
Next we returned to ...
... elaborate on that a little: One night I wandered around with my macarons in hand and ended up by the Notre Dame. It's so beautifully lit at night, I tried to capture this with my camera. The VERY next morning I was at the Musee D'Orsay and saw Maximellien Luce's painting of the Notre Dame and just stared at it. I tried to think about why I thought that this was so beautiful to me. I was just there the ...
After a super fun weekend, I'm on my flight to NY. According to the little screen on the back of the seat in front of me, it’s two hours to JFK. The temperature is a balmy 42 degrees on the ground, and I’m near Fairbault, Minnesota.
Another day in Paradise J
I don’t know much to say about the weekend. It was an experience I’ve never had before. I bonded with my girlfriend (it feels OK to ...
... and anger. Zombies who wondered what we were fighting to keep? After several days I can honestly answer that question -our precious memories. They were not stolen, ransacked or destroyed.
I had an epiphany after this storm-my life is always in some sort of crisis. It seems that sometimes I will have period of greatness and then a period of disappointment, sadness or some sort of grief to deal with. Maybe it’s a death in the family or just ...