The New Heritage Inn
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... As a result, it was difficult to form a bond, as we had 10 local hosts though out the tour.
What we disliked the most was that we always felt as if we had to have our hand in our pocket for tips. We had 10 local hosts, 10 drivers, plus boatman, porters, bellboys, etc. Its not the money, its the pain of figuring out how much to tip each while trying to convert from US Dollars into Yuan, or Hong Kong dollars. We were doing ...
... successful financier and entrepreneur, so why the farm? I don't know, ask him, but it was great visit. Mickey's sister, Patti, cooked sausage and burgers on the grill and the wine was the right temperature. In case you didn't know it, the North Fork is wine country on Long Island. We have been out there before, in 2005 to be exact, visiting the wineries and eating in the little town of Greenport. I've include a few pictures from that trip for ...
We decided to start our exploration of Long Island on the north side. We took Highway 25-A,, also known as the Washington Spy Trail because George Washington made a pilgrimage along the north coast of the island to thank those that helped him during the revolution by reporting British movements. This road followed very closely his route. It was interesting driving through Great Neck and along the Miracle Mile, an outdoor shopping mall for the rich and ...
... We shall remember that! (You most likely get there quicker via bicycle.)
Walked down the main drag, through Times square, eyeballing electric billboards and feeling the vibes with all the tourists. Even saw the Rhinestown cowgirl, well the saggy version as she was about 70 and only had on bikini bottoms, pasties and a cowboy hat. Hmmm.
Give her E for effort. Caught the train back home.
... except on the subway I guess. Allegedly, it's the biggest in the world, for good reason I'm sure.
A few more bits and bobs were tidied up before heading to the lab. Into the door I stepped, bracing myself for champagne and streamers, only to be confronted with an empty building. I walked around until I managed to find a PhD student, who seemed slightly confused that I was here (although later seemed to remember something about a new ...