The French Quarters Guest Apartments
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... only decaf coffee !!!
Then it was a very long walk back to meet the shuttle bus at Lexington and 59th. Right opposite our unofficial bus stop is Bloomingdales store, all light up at night as if it was Christmas! We were half an hour early, and unfortunately there is no where to sit down. Very sore and very glad to get home after all that walking.
There were too many people for the 14 passenger bus, so he had to go back and get the ...
... previously, so this wasn't new, but seeing a prodigy train is always breathtaking. Ashima trains with her father, who's a retired Butoh dancer, and it very entertaining. Her father would use a laser pointer to point out a hold he'd want Ashima to leap to. Ashima would defy gravity and leap the equivalent of my height (so 1.5x her own height), grab the hold with one arm and dangle there while chatting with her father in high pitched Japanese. It seemed like ...
... runners and got excited (I was headed there after NYC) again as I passed them..he he.
The miles in the 20s were concentration full as I couldn´t tell if my legs were sore, injured or just Fín cold! I was cold just about the whole race up until mile 23....I really was hoping the legs would stay strong and not cramp up!!! I also was hoping to find my friends at this point but again did not, a let down I had to brush off as it was no ones fault. Focusing on reaching ...
... br> Blacky and Aaron had fun chatting to the guy at "Ridemakerz" Aaron has been hanging out to go there since the Green Team came home and told us all about it last year. It was a surprise to see one in the Schwarz store today but the boys did some ground work ready for California.
For me truly the highlight was having our own private session playing on "The Big Piano" like Tom Hanks in Big, and yes I did play chopsticks!! (Not ...
... outs, can no longer afford to be in the area because it has become so hip and happening! While we are conspicuously standing on a street corner listening to Remy's dialogue about the Comedy Club, this random one-legged guy in an electric wheelchair crazily steers over towards us and points and laughs at us hysterically, then veers away again. I agree with him that we look pretty ridiculous and Remy doesn't miss a beat in his patter quipping that he is pleased someone finds ...