Motel 6 East Brunswick
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... was a stuffed parrot, a blank canvas with a slash in it, some Warhol weird stuff, a video of some guys backyard over 15 years, a video of some guy mouthing the names of his friends, and other weird stuff. Some of the paintings were nice but also there were strange ones. The Van Gogh stuff was stupid and just plain weird in my opinion. After MOMA we went to Dave & Busters to play some games. I managed to win ...
... Clarks (red & white checked table cloths & American menu but very good and superb service). Sought refuge from the heat in Saint Patrick's Cathedral, as many a villain from Law and Order has (der dum, the two beat soundtrack from the TV show is also the sound track of New York, so many recognisable places and names). Did the bus tour uptown and as far far as Harlem, and saw a lot of expensive apartments where the dead rich people used to live. Most famously ...
... Rich - the Kayaker took Bryan close to the banks of the Hudson. This confused Bryan as the water was flowing out faster in the middle of the river and he could make use of the current. He questioned the kayaker but Rich replied saying he always does this route it;s much faster, Bryan was not convinced.
Bryan's hand hit the kayakers paddle, no damage, but the kayaker was much too close to him, and has been for most of the swim. Back off Rich!
... home and went to bed. Today mum and Julie went to a craft show thing down at Lincoln centre and dad and I stayed in until about lunch. We went out and grabbed a bite to eat, I went to Lord & Taylor to return the perfume from the other day and dad went to a hobby shop. I came home and got ready to go and see Wicked at 3.00pm. It was (of course) wonderful. The woman who played Elphaba was amazing. It was lovely ...
... be a wonderful place to visit because of the people. From the first moment of landing in Quito to the moment we left, everyone I met was kind and courteous. In Cotacachi, I was in a leather shop looking at a briefcase a few minutes before we were due back on the bus, and the two ladies at the shop spent 10 minutes explaining to me the details of the bag made from saddle leather and how and why it was designed in such a very unique way. Regrettably, I could ...