Hoboken Frank Sinatra Viaduct

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear kind person at Nextbike: Please note the following return information: You returned bike 73354. Price USD 6.42 19.04.2018 03:09:57 BIKE 73354 – 04:30:07 BIKE 73354 13029902346. I was charged 6.42 USD for exceeding the time limit. Please consider reversing the charges, because the circumstances were partially beyond my control. I bought a bottle of Trader Joe’s olive oil with a ninety-nine cents bag to carry it. The bag did not perform the way I expected it to, and I had to walk home from Hoboken. Since I have your attention I’ll say more, because my story has some entertainment value. Starting at Trader Joe’s is a viaduct that climbs one-hundred and fifty feet over two kilometers. Right about the time I surrendered riding with the Trader Joe’s oil I got a phone call from a couple in Georgia who are enrolling in a debt program of a company I represent, so I began walking the bike holding the Nextbike stem with one hand and my phone with the other. The Nextbike time log shows I had the bike 01:21:00, and I was on the phone with the Georgia couple all but ten minutes of that time. Hoboken is the famous childhood home of Frank Sinatra, and the Viaduct is also famous. The current Viaduct replace one more than a century old. Both the original and current viaduct has a remarkable design and construction. The arches of the Viaduct break pattern as the Viaduct reaches higher altitude making the utilitarian design artistic. It’s a long way from Lepzig, so Hoboken might seem out of reach . . . if you make the trip the memory of Frank Sinatra, Trader Joe’s, and the Viaduct gives you talking points. Grazie for your consideration, wiedersehen dunke shein ciao Tomas »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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