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... end one long, interesting day.
Quick HItters: Abreu hit two home runs ... They had numerous giveaways during the game of $500 prizes ... There were no foul poles, just screens extending to arms above the wall ... I was at the stadium 13 years ago on nearly the same date ... This was my 5th and I believe final time seeing the White Sox ... Home Team Record: 12-9 ... Next Stop: Tomorrow at Yankee Stadium (vs. the Red Sox!)
... fixed itinerary once our escorting duties were over in Paris. We knew not where we would go, yet it worked out brilliantly. We booked flights and hotels on a day-by-day basis, and almost everything went well. This type of travel is clearly not for everyone, but it has worked well for us up to now. We let serendipity play a role, and often followed our whims or the suggestions of others on the road. ...
... with all respect to their potent attacking style and success in Africa, if they falter again Iran, they will find it tough to regroup. The Bosnians are many experts' favourite to qualify but their inexperience at this stage is going to be monumental in their success and facing Argentina in their World Cup debut does not help.
Group G... Germany, Ghana, Portugal and USA
The German machine is back with a vengeance. USA is determined as ever ...
... I made it to Oakville, a suburb of Toronto, where i was staying with my friend Huw. Oakville is a stylish and well-connected town on the edge of Lake Ontario. Huw showed me around the area and we dropped into a $4.7m house that is the main prize in a local hospital's fundraising lottery. This house is phenomenal - and I should perhaps have bought a ticket or two! Incredible rooms, wine cellar, gym, and my all-time house dream, a galleried landing! Cycling ...
... NO getting off for us for several stops, but eventually get off near where we started, not far from the Tower. That is the last stop and most important one for us today. More walking until we finally find the entrance to the Tower. Another $32 each allows us the privilege of going to the top of the world, but before we go up they take a picture of us that we can view and retrieve later if we wish (I wonder at what cost though). It is a ...
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