Days Inn Ridgefield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the handstand by rolling back into a curl and softly landing on the feet. A person must make sure that their muscles are relaxed instead of stiff while landing on the ground as this helps absorb the shock.
Some important points to remember are to distribute the weight of body on both the hands and legs while performing the handstand and coming down respectively. Also, ...
... many items... Was bound to happen... Found a very cool Italian bar/restaurant for dinner, had to go down some stairs into the narrow and cosy room. We got seats at the bar where we got chatting to the bar lady, from Romania, who was very friendly. I eyed a bottle of 1800 coconut tequila, so Stephen and I had to try it! Pip had made friends with two men who had sat next to us at the bar so didn't see us taking shots... We headed to the comedy club were we had a little ...
... visit we caught the subway almost home and walked home down Broadway, a walk we haven't done in the past.
It was a long day so we had a night in.
I've also discovered a live stream of the cricket from Australia through some guys illegal feed from India. It's a bit dodgy, but I have been able to keep up with the test natch.
The snow has gone and we are looking forward to some sunny ...
... There is an M&M World which is exciting because I love a good M&M vending machine. And the best thing that happened today In New York is that last night Aussie time one of my best friends gave birth to her little boy, Lachlan. I'm so happy for her because I know she is going to be the most amazing mum. I can't wait to meet him...I'm such a natural with little babies...just hold them like a football right ...
... with the possibility of rain. It was a slow journey as the traffic, especially around Times Square, was incredibly slow. Combine that with traffic lights that turned red as soon as the bus approached and you get the picture that perhaps it would have been quicker to walk! And everywhere there was scaffolding as buildings were being renovated and lanes closed as roads were dug up. Chaos actually!! We went past Times Square and saw the Empire State Building, ...