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9/11 Memorial

Oct 05, 2011 No Comments by

by Just another New Yorker My wife and I visited the 911 Memorial a very beautiful autumn morning. It was my wife first time near the World Trade Center site since 911. It was a very emotional walk around the park. The memorial is very peaceful and respectful to those who are remembered with their […]

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Sabbath – 1983

Aug 23, 2011 1 Comment by

by Michael Didur Oct 27, 1983 Buffalo Memorial Auditorium Buffalo, NY USA We hitchhiked and some girls picked us up by the on ramp of the QEW and they drove us across the border and dropped us off in Niagara Falls NY. We were standing there trying to figure out how we would get the […]

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US Capitol – At least the building’s impressive

Aug 20, 2011 No Comments

by Mickey M. A family friend lived outside of Washington DC, to take a break I would drive down and spend a long weekend away from NYC. So I was able to tour the Museums on the National Mall many times. This was a time before 911 and you could just walk in and out […]

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Jenkinson’s Boardwalk

Jul 27, 2011 No Comments

by Charly P. When we were not at the beach anymore, we went on some rides and played a few games at the carnival! At first we had to wait for the train to go by, who puts a train at the beach anyways? Then I got to ride on the Dizzy Dragons – with […]

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Point Pleasant – and yes – It’s a Stub

Jul 26, 2011 No Comments

by Matt P. So it may not look like a stub, but it is. In fact, it’s one of the cooler stubs from one of the cooler beach days the family’s had in a while. We were “down the shore” and even for someone who’s never watched an episode of any of those reality shows […]

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O-La-Mi at the Beardsley Zoo!

Jul 07, 2011 1 Comment

by Charly P. When we got on the bus the ride was so long to get there it felt like it was 2000 years, but finally we got there. For real I said “Hallelujah” I really did when we got there. We had lunch right away but unfortunately I couldn’t eat my yogurt because it […]

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Dark Lord Day (relax it’s beer)

May 07, 2011 No Comments

by Jared A. By far the craziest ticket stub that I have seen to date. Dark Lord Day, the one day every year where Three Floyds Brewing Co. releases its much anticipated Dark Lord Russian Imperial Stout. The small craft brewery is about 30 minutes outside of Chicago in Munster, Indiana. My friend and I […]

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Spiderrock – Touring Navajo Country

May 03, 2011 No Comments

by Donald M. I took off sometime to drive around the Southwest and experience American as far away from culture of NYC as I could without leaving the USA. There are a few places you can still go discover another way of life in the America and the Southwest is one of them. As I […]

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The Sears Tower – A Deck with a View

Apr 03, 2011 No Comments

Anytime you go visit a friend or family member in different city then where you live they will take you so see the city from highest point. So when I went to visit my brother and his now ex-wife in Chicago off we when to the Sears Tower in downtown. It was after dinner and […]

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Sainte-Chapelle Paris

Apr 01, 2011 No Comments

If you’re ever in Paris and site seeing at Notre Dame take the time and a short walk to the western end of Île de la Cité to Sainte-Chapelle.   This Gothic chapel was built and renovated of the centuries; it started as the Royal Chapel in the Royal Palace complex by King Louis IX […]

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