Residence Inn Tinton Falls
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... is a five course "meal"- we'll see how it is but the experience of it all will be fun nonetheless. Some might say we are spoiling Jenny by traveling the way we do but I see it as rewarding her for her incredible attitude, her positive outlook on life, her undeniable passion to experience new things and see new places but most importantly I see it as a deserved reward for her kind soul. She doesn't take any of it for granted though she certainly enjoys it, and ...
... goes through Bin Ladens' life over the years leading up to the attack.
It is extremely well done. There are parts of actual shops that still are the same as they were when the attack happened. There is a bike rack off bikes from the centre that stand like they were just covered with the dust and dirt from the explosion.
We walk on from here to get a coffee and thaw out from the tragedy that we relived of 911.
We find ...
... many items which had been in the family home when she was a girl. It was fascinating to hear real stories and to imagine large families living in three small rooms, sharing only 4 toilets in the back yard for the entire building. No photos were permitted inside, sadly. Besides all our external activities, we've enjoyed some lovely times with Mal (who is now in Sydney for a few hard weeks overseeing the NYU Australian experience), and with Hilary (also now back at work ...
... One of the singers, Caroline Shaw, was awarded the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for her composition Partita (2011) which was performed as part of this program. Eric Dudley, who George knows as a conductor from the Melbourne Festival production of Kursk, is one of the members of Roomful of Teeth, and the Trinity Choir. It was a lovely surprise to meet up with him earlier at the Festival, and we are having lunch with him next week, we hope. Food wise, we have cooked for ourselves a ...
... do that one of these days. After the brunch, we went to a park where there was the final concert of the Festival. A friend of my very good friend was playing and I got to spend some time with him. He played with Dizzy and Miriam Makeba and he lives in Paris and is a lovely person. He played in a group called The Three Solos--pronounced SooLoos, a common Malagasy name. They were very, very good.
It was very hot and the concert went on ...