Days Inn Ridgefield
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... realized just how huge and overwhelming it was. There were cars and lanes everywhere, and could not figure out how to get to Terminal 4 or figure out where to park. Eventually we figured it out and I called Dad and Keegan for a few minutes to formally say goodbye to them. Mom and I finally got inside this enormous airport and first saw the lines and lines of baggage check-in areas. I ended up in a few wrong lanes before I got ...
... to share some of my experiences and what I’m up to with anyone who is interested.
To start, I figured I’d explain a little about why I’m doing this now, how I came up with the idea and basically what the heck I’m thinking.There seem to be many reasons and few all that the same time… Lets start with my career, I feel my self getting burnt out in the world of a freelance stage manager, something I had promised myself would never happen. ...
... we had missed out! The stories of struggling immigrants and how they made a life in America was really interesting. The tour guide, Dante, was great. We saw Katz, famous for the scene in 'When Harry Met Sally' and after the tour we went back there to try a famous bagel with cream cheese! The bagel was ok but, seriously, no one needs that much cream cheese!! From the tour we made our way to the Brooklyn Heights Promenade to see ...
... eats. It's dark at 5pm here, a bit of a shock to the system! I rocked up to the restaurant Ivan Ramai, which was packed and as a single eater got straight in up at the bar with two other single eaters. Maybe that's what makes me feel so at home here - it is truly a town to be single in, it's so not a big deal, in fact its almost expected - old or young. A bowl of yummy noodles and wheat beer later (I'm thinking Ramai means noodles of the Asian style) I was ...
... cafe that we liked the look of including that it was well patronised, and across the road a scene for a TV was being shot. That's more than Ang needs to take a seat, so we sat outside to watch. We discovered that the TV series is Blue Blood and stars Tom Selleck and Donny Wahlberg. The scene was on the footpath outside a gun shop straight across the road. We didn't see the actors, but all the equipment and crew were interesting. And as is usual we chatted with some ...