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Joe Wehry
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A coke and a smile This ended nicely. Poor thing could've starved to death or got hit by a car in its panic.ο»Ώ
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Allo Hallo The onboarding illustration for the Google Assistant immediately brought to mind Fritz Lang's classic film Metropolis. πŸ€“πŸ’›πŸ–οΈο»Ώ
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+Joe Wehry might be a rat. On a positive note, could have been facing entirely away. It's a win!ο»Ώ
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Looking forward to using Google Trips in Berlin. With almost 100 gallery exhibits to visit during the European Month of Photography, I'm going to need all the help I can get. 😁 https://www.youtube.com/shared?ci=ZFwDHsGxoOs
Looking forward to using Google Trips in Berlin. With almost 100 gallery exhibits to visit during the European Month of Photography, I'm going to need all th...
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Can't remember the last time I gave a 1-⭐️ review, but if you're traveling through JFK and see the Central Diner, keep walking.
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Be sure to sign up for news on the Pixel phone on the Made by Google teaser siteο»Ώ
Meet the newest member of the Google family.
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A great way to have access to all the trip information. I love the option to download and the things to see. As well the saved places. The auto import of reservations and tickets is especially useful.
 
Introducing Google Trips.
Google Trips pushes technology out of the way by making planning your next adventure easier and simpler. Plus, it's always got your back with all the information you need in one place, whether you're connected to internet or not.

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https://googleblog.blogspot.com/2016/09/see-more-plan-less-try-google-trips.htmlο»Ώ
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Yes, this chocolate pie is exactly as low rent and deliciously disgusting as it appears in the photo. Happy Birthday +Google​
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Yes, Virgina, you can get decent hummus and falafel in Astoria. ο»Ώ
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Not a fan of the Dyson combination faucet dryer that blows your and other's dirty water back into your face and clothing.ο»Ώ
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Jesus, that's a terrible idea. How did no one test that as a prototype?ο»Ώ
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    BA Sociology, 2001 - 2004
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The hummus is creamy smooth and the falafel has a spicy crunch that pairs perfectly with the sauces. Not to be outdone is the freshly prepared pita bread you can use for dipping or making a sandwich. The sound system was either blaring or quiet, so the atmosphere needs some improvement for dining in. Overall, a very good experience, terrific service and the food doesn't get any better than this.
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The breakfast buffet is surprisingly good with custom made omelets and waffles. A bit pricey, but there is a wide selection of cold and hot items to choose from. Staff is very helpful and friendly. The layout is a bit odd and we had to search to find conference rooms downstairs. About 35-60 minutes to airport. Take a popular car app service vs cabs from airports to hotel to avoid high rates.
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I've only gotten egg dishes here, and for the price it's one of the better deals in Astoria. I prefer the mashed potatoes to the French fries, but both are good. Cash only, so come prepared.
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Photo Village gives an honest match between your needs and the best camera choices. Knowledgeable staff and no pressure make this a first stop when shopping for cameras, lenses and accessories.
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This Uno's offers terrific lunch specials (unlimited soup and salad is best option), and special offers (like discount club for ages 55 and over on Wednesday) during evening hours. Near the cinema, so go during the week for least crowded options, or enjoy the crowd on the weekend. Excellent service with bill payment kiosks at the table so you don't have to wait to pay cheque.
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I like the open atmosphere and outside seating. The coffee is decent and the staff is quick filling orders.
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A fun experience, with friendly staff and a challenging mystery rooom. The venue with run-down restroom and broken fixtures is an embarrassment. For the price it borders between tourist trap and funky, low rent New York experience.
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