Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel
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... hillbilly RV park in Utah, next to a dusty boarded up town where the life
had almost been blown out of it by the last sandstorm. We should have stopped
to take some pictures, but we were both so tired and just wanted to set up
camp, but the town was really like something out of the movies. Boarded up
shops, laundromats, saloon bars with wooden frontage which had seen better
years; this town was a cluster of dwellings, rusty trucks at the side of the
road and ...
... far, and I must say she has been very busy. If I hadn't known how well the business was going without my guiding influence I wouldn't have spent anything. Well done you Kate. I think Carl will appreciate my new gadget. I might add it's the latest model with 4K. I don't know what that is but it was the clincher. We think we can take it out with us and show our holiday snaps on the nearest wall so that's something for you all to look forward to. We then caught the subway down to Macy's and ...
... envisioned technological changes such as the
Internet and growth in mobile telecommunications. In that era New York was also
very much the center of things, by far the most important city in both the U.S.
and the world, a dominant role it’s lost over the last half century even if it’s
still officially the world’s biggest metropolitan area economy.
I recall my parents both talking about visits to the
1964-1965 fair as residents ...
Another brilliant day in this city that we love. We started the day with a chilly walk in Central Park .... so beautiful in winter. None of the bustle of summer, with people sun baking, horse ridding, bike riding, running, busking.... in winter there's more solitude, it's peaceful - with the odd artist selling their work, the occasional street performer, and, if you are very lucky, a group of carol singers just around the corner. ...
... the ultimate comfort food that we will be going back for when the cold weather hits. We finished the meal with desserts. Thomas and I shared a chocolate fondue complete with brownies, marshmallows and other sweet treats to dip in and Sandy and Ciara opted for the chocolate soufflé pot. The desserts tasted as good as the restaurant smelt. If you are a chocoholic this is the place for you. The portions weren’t big but they ...