Inn on the Hudson
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... about random things. As I was enjoying my newest road trip anthem artist, Pitbull, I found myself dancing in my seat, singing along. Besides your embarrassment reading this, I also noticed other drivers staring, laughing, and enjoying the sight. At first, I noticed the reserve of my enjoyment, play it cool, and be conscious of what other people thought of me. I had to remind myself that this trip is greatly about becoming a more genuine version of ...
... sustained dialogues all of the time. We started to talk about hot topics for us and to get a sense of where people stand on certain issues through a barometer exercise. We had some great discussions about gender, race, political viewpoints, and religion which lead into a chat about what to expect in Botswana. We talked about HIV and Aids and how it has effected the lives of the people of Botswana, how to dress ...
... distractions. Keep your properties within a short distance of each and every other. Accomplishing this, allows you to save on travel related expenses when taking trips to every single of your own properties. It will also permit you to become an authority in the real estate market of that specific area. You can now start and start investing. Diversify your portfolio and watch your cash grow. In today's economy, its smart to help make strategic ...
... circuses. All in all, a really magnificent evening with great entertainment and a nice social outlet. Mark had John's yak hair wig with him (John had bought it from him a few months ago, but the skull cap didn't fit, so we sent it back and Mark had just finished fixing it)and I'm excited for him to start using it next week; Mark does a GREAT job with ...
... After the big dinner, we enjoyed the long walk back to the apartment.
We flew into Newark this afternoon and are happily ensconced at my friend Emilie’s in New York. From our short time away, we are struck by the size of everything in the U.S. Big cars, big meals, big houses. Maybe less can be more as long as you have paper napkins and a parking space. ...