Clarion Hotel Palmer Inn
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... piece is unusual, paintings by such greats as Kandinsky, Klimt, Monet, Picasso and much more. I went to fill up my water bottle at the drinking water fountain, and when I emptied the old water, I got water down my left leg as its surface is flatter than I had anticipated. I briefly saw the inside of the chapel, which has some rather nice stain glassed windows, and then went to the rendezvous point.
I got picked up at ...
... in the Netherlands and still has to finish his Masters in engineering. He won't need to speak Dutch at his new job, though he will have to have a long distance relationship with his girlfriend, though they have seven weeks off in the year and she is busy studying, he told me.
I watched 'Bessie', a TV movie about a blues singer, who was a tough trooper, and at least in the film, once confronted a group of Ku Klax Klan thugs who were trying to sabotage one of her shows. ...
I think I was feeling a little stir crazy after a week back
in the old folks’ community mostly at home with my mom and her caregiver during
a lot of cold and snow. It’s a sunny day and I need to get out!
I walked around campus at Princeton once a few years ago and
stopped in the art museum. If I recall correctly I was a little pressed for
time before closing because of an earlier commitment in the day and didn’t
spend that much time in ...
... makes us antisocial sometimes, too!). Today we were out and about with the Evaninis. First we went to a great farm called Terhune Orchards. They had u-pick apples but it wasn't quite in the cards for us with 4 kids ages 5 & under! Instead we made the most of their lovely kids' area, which consisted of a couple of real tractors, one wooden one which I thought was really impressive, some goats to feed, a horse & ...
Today was one of the more challenging days I've had, mentally more than anything. I set out from Brooklyn a bit later than I would have liked and had to go back to Times Square to pick up my tent poles. I didn't leave the hotel until around 11:30 and still had 120 blocks before I'd arrive at the bridge to get off of the island. I made it to the bottom of the George Washington bridge around noon, there was a steep climb to get onto ...