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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... way to see the first bank in the U.S. from there we walked to south street to eat at SOS cheesesteaks. on south, i saw a theater say that Andy Grammer would be performing and i almost died becuade i couldnt go, especially becuaer tammy wasnt there. after dinner, we went to PA museum of art and everyonw raced up the stairs and jon won twice. aftwr that we boarded the bus and hesded to d.c. on the bus we busted music loud and had rap battles and played a bunch of random ...
Today as Gail was sunning herself here in sunny South Carolina I fired up the grill with the thought of putting on a few hotdogs for lunch. While waiting for the grill to get hot I somehow started to daydream back to my boyhood growing up on the New Jersey Shore.
I grew up in a very middle class family with strong roots in its church. My father was a very easy going guy, a true family man and role model but a hard core church guy. We as a family never missed a Sunday, ever. He ...
I wanted to tell you about our hotel. The Element Hotel, West 39th Street. I think it only opened last year. As I mentioned before, we are on the top floor, the 40th, and we have a fantastic view of the city looking towards Lower Manhattan [ where the Twin Towers were ]. It is quite close to the famous Times Square, and not too far from many other New York features.
The Element is environmentally GREEN, it advertises. The rooms ...
... flops, shower flip flops, cap, winter hat, money belt, convertible pants, 2 shorts, waterproof jacket, jeans, short sleeve button down, and sneakers that look like boots.
non-clothing items: pogo Polaroid printer, deck of cards, journal, mosquito net, sleep sack, converter, clothes line, camera & charger, ipod & charger, tripod, memory card reader, a couple of ...
... accessible exits from the island are on foot at the ferry terminal, at the bus over the Verrazano, or (little known) a walkway over the Bayonne bridge (another neglecting neighbor) that few from this island know about. The few who actually open their wallets to venture out are the overprivileged youthful socialites, hipsters and guidos. They waste their parents money away at clubs and restaurants in Brooklyn, Manhattan or New Jersey. The other youths who are too poor ...