1. It’s hard to believe that I moved away from NYC just over a year ago now. One of my favorite places to be on summer sunday afternoons was at the bar Le Bain, on the roof of the Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking District. Delightfully kitschy with the hot tub and decor, but always great music, breathtaking views, and wonderful people. It’s hard to believe that I moved away from NYC just over a year ago now. One of my favorite places to be on summer sunday afternoons was at the bar Le Bain, on the roof of the Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking District. Delightfully kitschy with the hot tub and decor, but always great music, breathtaking views, and wonderful people.
    It’s hard to believe that I moved away from NYC just over a year ago now. One of my favorite places to be on summer sunday afternoons was at the bar Le Bain, on the roof of the Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking District. Delightfully kitschy with the hot tub and decor, but always great music, breathtaking views, and wonderful people. It’s hard to believe that I moved away from NYC just over a year ago now. One of my favorite places to be on summer sunday afternoons was at the bar Le Bain, on the roof of the Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking District. Delightfully kitschy with the hot tub and decor, but always great music, breathtaking views, and wonderful people.
    It’s hard to believe that I moved away from NYC just over a year ago now. One of my favorite places to be on summer sunday afternoons was at the bar Le Bain, on the roof of the Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking District. Delightfully kitschy with the hot tub and decor, but always great music, breathtaking views, and wonderful people. It’s hard to believe that I moved away from NYC just over a year ago now. One of my favorite places to be on summer sunday afternoons was at the bar Le Bain, on the roof of the Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking District. Delightfully kitschy with the hot tub and decor, but always great music, breathtaking views, and wonderful people.
    It’s hard to believe that I moved away from NYC just over a year ago now. One of my favorite places to be on summer sunday afternoons was at the bar Le Bain, on the roof of the Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking District. Delightfully kitschy with the hot tub and decor, but always great music, breathtaking views, and wonderful people. It’s hard to believe that I moved away from NYC just over a year ago now. One of my favorite places to be on summer sunday afternoons was at the bar Le Bain, on the roof of the Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking District. Delightfully kitschy with the hot tub and decor, but always great music, breathtaking views, and wonderful people.
    It’s hard to believe that I moved away from NYC just over a year ago now. One of my favorite places to be on summer sunday afternoons was at the bar Le Bain, on the roof of the Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking District. Delightfully kitschy with the hot tub and decor, but always great music, breathtaking views, and wonderful people. It’s hard to believe that I moved away from NYC just over a year ago now. One of my favorite places to be on summer sunday afternoons was at the bar Le Bain, on the roof of the Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking District. Delightfully kitschy with the hot tub and decor, but always great music, breathtaking views, and wonderful people.
    It’s hard to believe that I moved away from NYC just over a year ago now. One of my favorite places to be on summer sunday afternoons was at the bar Le Bain, on the roof of the Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking District. Delightfully kitschy with the hot tub and decor, but always great music, breathtaking views, and wonderful people. It’s hard to believe that I moved away from NYC just over a year ago now. One of my favorite places to be on summer sunday afternoons was at the bar Le Bain, on the roof of the Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking District. Delightfully kitschy with the hot tub and decor, but always great music, breathtaking views, and wonderful people.

    It’s hard to believe that I moved away from NYC just over a year ago now. One of my favorite places to be on summer sunday afternoons was at the bar Le Bain, on the roof of the Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking District. Delightfully kitschy with the hot tub and decor, but always great music, breathtaking views, and wonderful people.

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