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9/23/16 – Decided to have a fast trip to NYC for the love of my life’s birthday. We stayed in the East Village. My guess is not many visitors pick this part of the city to stay in, I will tell you they are missing out.
There are several restaurants and bars in the area (McSorleys, a must for any first time visitor). Walking to the more popular west village takes only 15 to 20 minutes.
Upon arriving we went to lunch at B Bar and grill located on 40 east 4th street. The food was very good and the atmosphere was very relaxing. Nice outdoor garden to eat and relax after a long drive.
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Early departure to Salt Lake City, alarm went off at 5:15 AM. Pleasant to be awoken to
Seanna singing a Pat McGee song ‘It’s 5:15’. Showered, dressed and out of the house at 5:40AM. Pilot late for our flight, no excuse for that being it was the first flight out. Took off an hour late, only arrived 15 minutes late – not too bad.
Arrived at the hotel at 1:30, checked in did a quick change and jumped on the bus. Side note here Park City bus transportation is fantastic and free. Takes you everywhere you would need or want to go.
We headed right to Deer Valley and took the chairlift to the top of the mountain. Jewel was giving an outdoor concert in the evening and we got to hear her sound check as we rode the chairlift. The views were beautiful at the top as you can see by the pictures. Weather was perfect fall like temperatures. Took the chairlift down and stopped halfway down and had a drink at the Stein Erikson lodge, wonderful building. Important to know that depending what type of liquor license the establishment has you
may need to order food to have a drink. We took the bus back and relaxed in the room watching some college football
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8 SOUTHERN THAILAND FOLK TALES
started a few years ago in a discussion with our English Major Students. We were talking about regional differences; how perceptions of people differ. I explained how people in the north of England view the folks from London and the south, and vice-versa. “It’s the same here in Thailand” one bright student chimed, “the folks in Bangkok and the north think everyone down here in the south are stupid, ignorant and to be viewed with extreme suspicion. But we have a very rich cultural heritage” she went on to explain. “We have history and stories that have been passed from father to son, from mother to daughter, for centuries.” Continue reading “8 Southern Thailand Folk Tales”