Rodeway Inn Massapequa
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On the eve of our trip, my boys and I are watching the FIFA Women's World Cup USA vs. Germany. Jack has been playing soccer for 4 yrs with the past year his first in the travel team league. It has become very exciting. He's a great center back.
My dad is already in Flagstaff awaiting our arrival. Yesterday dad called me from the road in New Mexico, ...
Well started birthday celebrations on 29 late arvo with a Veuve at rooftop bar near the beautiful Skyline walk as it was well into birthday Australian time!! Had a fabulous meal in the Village - Mediterranean - sidewalk watching the world go by - figs with mozzarella wrapped in ham and cooked and topped with port reduction. Yumm. Then onto another site for a cocktail and cheese platter - ...
... really nice guy. A very proud Texan and really great company. We went to a couple more bars together before he headed off for dinner with his friends. We're really looking forward to discovering a bit of Dallas culture with him in a few weeks when we stay with him.
After leaving Zeke we were going to head to a comedy show (the warm up guy from The View TV show had offered free tickets to anyone who ...
... in Queens and New York and with the history and
technological change in motion pictures, which I found mildly interesting.
I am unclear as to where Astoria ends and Long Island City
begins, but the other attraction in the Astoria area is the Isamu Noguchi
Museum, a converted industrial space a block from the East River that houses a
large sculpture collection by Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi. The works
are mostly abstract ...
... different. Just a great place to sit, enjoy a great cup of tea and full tea service with sandwiches, cake, macarons and scones. We sat for ages reflecting on our trip.
We also created a little time capsule and hid it in a book on the book shelf. I wonder if it will be there next time we visit.
After tea we slowly made our way home and started the big job of packing. ...