Duane Street Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to pull me into a second hand store it was filled with so much stuff the guy who owns it gets his stuff from liquidation sand buying out stores, there was loads of antiquities camera and things but jake was only interested in the gaming console he found, 1985 NES, and some games he bought the console no chords or controls for $5 looks like junk to me but it's like a piece of gold to him haha. After the markets we went and had Mexican food at qudoba ...
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... of the show was from their new album, The Elements which I wasn't familiar with but the last part really picked up the pace with a tremendous version of 21st Century Schizoid Man to finish off. The band featured 3 drummers with full drum kits which is something I've never seen before. My only complaint, which the guys next to me agreed with, was that the volume was not loud enough where we were (at the back) even though it wasn't a massively big venue. After the show I ...
... are definitely one of the heavyweights of the league.
In true American baseball style, I bought some peanuts and crackerjacks. Crackerjacks as it turns out are just pieces of popcorn covered in crushed nuts and caramel. A bit of a letdown, as they were extremely sweet. The peanuts were also proper peanuts, shell and all, so that was another first for me as well. In true tourist style, I also bought my drink in a souvenir cup, and my ...
... Arthur Ashe stadium (only 17 rows from the court) and saw Roger Federer playing Marinko Matosevic, the young Australian from Melbourne. The Australian played well but was beaten by Federer. Then Serena Williams played Taylor Townsend, winning easily. Michael Jordon – the American basketballer was a guest of Federer and was sitting with Mrs Federer in front of us. It was now 10.30pm and a long walk back to ...