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  • Blue NoteFor a small portion of humanity the Blue Note is an icon, a temple and a distant dream. Each time that I come to New York I try to attend a concert – and usually I succeed. I never regretted Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Apr 27, 2017
  • Liberty and Ellis IslandsIt’s somehow a must-do for every visitor: visit the Liberty statue and Ellis Island. The trip was part of our New York Pass and after 30 years of visits to the big apple I dragged my feet to the ferry. Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Apr 27, 2017
  • The Trambunctious LeporineGentle and few readers: I am excited and sad at the same time. So I must be sadly excited on Wednesday. I have quite a few followers of my blog and so few are writing anything. I guess it is really a Posted by steven1600 in The Trambunctious Leporine | Apr 26, 2017
  • Big BusWe took a double decker sightseeing bus to see other parts of manhattan. For a short and cold while. And not the part that brought shocking pictures or alien sensations. The bull and the fearless girl of Wall Street. Tick. Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Apr 26, 2017
  • Tribeca DownAs we went down the stairs at the end of the High Line, in Tribeca (“Triangle Below Canal Street”) we faced cruel choices, which we made swiftly. We had a Mediterranean lunch and then desert and then coffee till Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Apr 26, 2017
  • The High LineThe high line was a railway once, that was built in 1930 above the street to connect the factories in midtown with the port downtown, on the west side of Manhattan. It was decommissioned in 1984. For many years developers Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Apr 25, 2017
  • Top of the RockWalking down from the concert hall to Rockefeller centre we crossed Time square, which is an overhyped non-event but scored high on Shin’s todo list, as she tries to see for real what she has been seeing in American Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Apr 25, 2017
  • Trip Update - Michigan to Florida & What's in my PackWell here is a more up-to-date entry about my route parts and a look into what kind of equipment I will be bringing along with me. I've decided to leave the idea of travelling to California open until I've finished Posted by AllCowsEatGrass in Ragman's World | Apr 25, 2017
  • How To Make The Most Out of Your Vacation Create a Flexible Itinerary It's important to stay busy and visit the most popular landmarks or attractions in the destinati Posted by Mikkie MIlls in The Traveller Blog | Apr 25, 2017
  • Michael and Craig Michael was my colleague when I worked at JP Morgan, from 1986 till 1990. He was based in New York and I was desperate to move but stuck in Brussels. We both were in Human Resources at that time, and Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Apr 25, 2017
  • MetropolitanThe other Metropolitan is the museum. I don’t think I ever missed it when I visited New York. It has a good African art selection and a fabulous collection of European paintings, among many other things. And a very good Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Apr 25, 2017
  • RigolettoI developed my opera culture during the 3 years that I lived in Prague. There was not much to do in the evenings and the tickets of the 2 opera houses were filthy cheap – about 7 USD for the Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Apr 24, 2017
  • Washington DCSaturday 22/4 We had to be off the ship at Port Canaveral by 9.30 am. So we had an early breakfast, said our goodbye to Laura, again, and headed off to Orlando Airport for a long wait for our Posted by John McReynolds in USA and Canada 2017 | Apr 24, 2017
  • Anna Maria Island, Part 3: A New Year's Rockin' EveThe next day we took a spin around the island on our bikes, starting at Coquina Beach and ending up in the canal-front neighborhoods on Key Royale. [img=http://photos.travelle Posted by TraceyG in Escape From New York | Apr 16, 2017
  • new York: the first hoursI have been visiting New York for 30 years, starting with business trips when I worked for JP Morgan between 1886 and 1990. I was here in 2011 and 2013, each time with an evening in the Blue Note and Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Apr 23, 2017
  • The Trambunctious LeporineI thought very carefully for a unique name to herald myself into the world of blogging. You may wonder, what the hell is a Trambunctious Leporine. Well, don't you? Yes, I am talking to YOU. Tramsbunctious, as defined Posted by steven1600 in The Trambunctious Leporine | Apr 23, 2017
  • to New YorkCleaning the Airbnb, packing, driving to the airport, returning the car, checking in (problem with the excess luggage as Air Alaska is a budget carrier), waiting and waiting, flying 5 hours (no meals, no entertainment), taking the taxi to Brooklyn Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Apr 23, 2017
  • UndergroundAs our last feat in Seattle, we “did” the underground tour. In 1897 a vast fire destroyed the whole downtown, that itself was regularly flooded at high tide. The city council decided to rebuilt the city on the same spot, Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Apr 21, 2017
  • Utilizing E-learning to Deliver Workplace Healthcare TraininHealthcare professionals are constantly challenged to remember and utilize large quantities of information; much of this growth has been spurred by the increased use of technology. This surge has led to improved and new computer-based tools for many heal Posted by sabinoy24 in Heka Healthcare Training and Performance | Apr 21, 2017
  • locks and ladderAll locks look alike but it was a long time since we had seen one, so we enjoyed the time that we were stuck in the middle of the canal that joins Washington lake with the sound. As an add-on Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Apr 21, 2017
  • RattlesnakeMost of our hikes in Kenya include a steep climb to arrive a viewpoint, a 5 minutes contemplation of the vast view and then a much faster descent to the point of origin. So far the state of Washington presented Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Apr 21, 2017
  • Kenmar When we arrived in Seattle Lisa had armed us with a todo / tosee twopager that was the synthesis of her 5 years of local expertise. This one was high on the list. Taking off on water. Never done. Discovering Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Apr 20, 2017
  • Anna Maria Island, Part 2: Shackin' Up The next day we decided to do a little shopping in AMI's northernmost neighborhood, Anna Maria village. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/293321/2015_AMI_ShinyFish_-_2.j Posted by TraceyG in Escape From New York | Apr 17, 2017
  • TrollAn extension to the beer chapter. It is 8:30 PM. A giant concrete troll crawls out if his hole under a bridge over the highway. A line of more than 100 connoisseurs takes shape. At 9 PM, a car of Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Apr 19, 2017
  • beerLisa and Ryan have a passion for beer, with a specialisation in sour beers. We Belgians think that we are the champions of the beerbrewing universe, but during the first days in Seattle I discover a vibrant microbrewery scene that Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Apr 19, 2017
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