Holiday Inn Express Edgewood-I95
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... to be a bicycle mechanic. The stars must have been in alignment for this transaction, just like in Cinderella, my size 8.5 cleated cycling shoe was a perfect fit for Lea.
After cashing in Surly, I still needed some big bucks to purchase a camera, so I scrapped a gold bracelet that I bought ...
... it as great fun. It was decorated as you would expect an American diner to be and the plus for me which made it extra fun was the signing waiters and waitresses. I had pancakes and Sarah had a cream cheese bagel. We enjoyed a few songs from the servers who were all broadway hopefuls. Breakfast put me in a great mood although Saz didn't enjoy it as much as me so I told her she could pick lunch. We got the tube to the 9/11 ...
... fun. As we were close to a liquor store after Laccrosse we headed down to get some beers. After returning to the apartment we had dinner which was delicious which should be expected for out of the packet sauce! We then headed over to one of Sarah's laccrosse friends flats called Greg. I was taught how to play hockey, a drinking game which involved attempting to hit each others cans with a quarter. We had a really nice evening and stayed out till around 1 at which time we went to ...
... another go. Chris let me live in his basement for free knowing that I was completely broke, and in more ways than monetarily. Of all the people I've known during the course of my life, Chris is one of the single most genuine. He is a person with a truly golden heart. Don't get me wrong, he can be incredibly crass sometimes, not to mention annoying to the point of absolute lunacy. And I mean pure, unadulterated lunacy. The kind that is impossible ...
... has been "reinvented" into a really nice people place - lots of interesting shops and restaurants, the National Aquarium, several other ships, and the sports stadiums are nearby. A really attractive area now!!
We then drove up to Lexington Market so I could show it to Ruth. It's still alive and kicking! It's much the way I remember it -- really crowded, lots of food booths, and really interesting to see what vendors had to offer -- some ...