Sun Bright Hotel
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... style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">Birgit Eijkhout - 8.30?!! you rock Bryan, just brilliant. Enjoy NYC and your beautiful woman x
Paula Cherriman - Brilliant swim. What a star xx
Lorraine Mackie - Just got in from work, no Internet so missed all the updates. Good job. X
Cathryn Robbins - Well done! Another one under your belt X
... We walked to the Bowling Green subway station, caught the Lexington Avenue local, and rode back to 33rd St (our home stop). We were all exhausted, so we sent Abba out for Chinese food at a nearby restaurant. (Another saying in Zen Judaism was something like "When you work, just work. When you eat, just eat. When you send out, just send out.") We enjoyed our dinner and a fiercely contested game of Casino (Johnny won) before turning in for the ...
... met by Keith - very special to meet up with him and spend a few days together in Manhattan. Clean and comfy if basic Best Western hotel JFK airport before we move into Manhattan in the morning. Feeling pretty tired after around 30 hours now since leaving the Rydges at Sydney airport, hopefully a good night's sleep will put us on the right timezone ready to start our ...
Well we finally made it to the hotel after hours of travelling! The flight wasn't too bad, though the woman in front of me leant her chair back so I spent 8 hours glaring at the back of her head. Both Collis and I also ended up covered in wine due to leaking plastic glasses but Collis got two blankets, so there's that...! We then arrived at jfk and rang for our shuttle...which didn't turn up, so we hailed a taxi and tried to find the hotel. Anyway ...
... different. Just a great place to sit, enjoy a great cup of tea and full tea service with sandwiches, cake, macarons and scones. We sat for ages reflecting on our trip.
We also created a little time capsule and hid it in a book on the book shelf. I wonder if it will be there next time we visit.
After tea we slowly made our way home and started the big job of packing. ...