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RE: Speaking of presents


No I am not sorry I asked :)

Sounds like a very nice relaxing way to spend a weekend. Everyone needs
to do this over the hectic holiday season. Glad you got the opportunity
to do it, wonderful tradition!

Donna

> In a message dated 12/27/2003 3:13:54 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> justme@prairieinet.net writes:
> 
> > Ps... Auralie how was your trip?
> 
> Great just to relax and be away from the telephone  and other
pressures
> for a
> couple of days.  We stayed at the Princeton Club, which is shabby and
> unpretentious but quite cozy and comfortable and beautifully located
on
> 43rd St. just
> off  5th Ave.  Had a scrumptious dinner Christmas night at the
Algonquin.
> Slept late Friday and then went up to the Metropolitan Museum.  Saw
the
> exhibit
> of Hudson River School paintings by Gifford, wandered through the
American
> Wing, the St. Petersburg exhibit, and ended up in an area I had not
> explored
> before - the primitive art from the South Pacific.   Fascinating.  Had
a
> sandwich
> lunch there - dinner back at the club, and saw "Gypsy" in the evening.
> Not
> the best musical we have seen in the last   50-odd years, but still
worth
> seeing.  Bernadette Peters is a great performer, but the sound was
> seriously
> overmiked.  Slept late again today, came home, fed cats, fixed lunch,
now
> catching up
> on email - then will grocery shop.  Sorry you asked?
> Auralie

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