See likes

See likes given/taken


Posts you liked

Pages: 1 [2] 3 4 5 6 7 8 ... 21
Post info No. of Likes
Re: Mazel Tov!!!
-1

But Mazel tov!
Some people like my sense of humor ;)

November 10, 2016, 06:35:38 PM
1
Vacation Lover's Italian "Dolomites" Trip Report Part 1 of 2

Dissclaimer:
Non of my reports nor pictures should influence you to do this. I already found myself in hot water more than once for recommending a trip that I did and enjoyed, but the recommend did not enjoy it.  Between them are @...... who I recommended my very best  trip so far to Wengen, Switzerland. But he did not enjoy it. And @...... who I recommended Victoria hotel in Austria last year and we were even there togather at the same time. And he did not enjoy his trip. But even stranger is that @Stbaum also went to Victoria hotel and had a terrific experience. (Despite the fact that TourPlus took it over this year resulting in mainly a Mizrachi type crowd)

Planning:
Okay and now to the actual trip. For this summer (2016) I wanted to try something different but still an awesome place. One of the places that immediately seemed like a good candidate was the northern part of Italy. Either Lake Como area (boarding Switzerland) or Trentino area more in central Italy a.k.a. Dolomites. The reason I did not immediately jump in to planning a Dolomites trip was because there is very little information or TR's found on English. Most reviews and reports I read (on tripadvisor and other sources) where written in Italian. And even what I was able to read was absolutely confusing. From the area to the activities. In fact when someone asks me where I went. The geographical answer is: Alba > Canazei > Val Di Fassa > Trentino > (Dolomites) > Italy.

But meanwhile my cousin got engaged and the wedding was going to be on a Thursday night in July in Belgium. We were not going to miss this wedding and thought of combining it with a summer trip. We started planning. I immediately found availability to BRU with Delta in J for 62.5 FB. Then found availability return flight from Venice one week later on Thursday with UA in J, so we booked it with Aegean 40k. Then booked a revenue flight SN BRU - VCE for Sunday.

So now that the flights are booked is time to book hotel stays. For Belgium we booked one of my uncles' house... for Italy we booked Sunday-Wednesday in My Kosher Hotel in Canazei after hearing great feedback of the accommodation and food. Since our flight home on Thursday was 10:55 a.m. and the Kosher hotel is a 3 hour drive from VCE we booked Wednesday night Hilton hotel next to the airport. Car rental we booked from Hertz via autoeurope.com for $236 a week.

Wednesday
We flew Delta J JFK-BRU. On Delta international two cabin flights, business class is called "Delta One".

Delta One

Thursday
When we landed in BRU we immediately saw the high security. When we arrived to Antwerp, however we were surprised to see soldiers in full gear literally "all over" the Jewish neighborhood. It felt like walking in "שער שכם"


Soldiers patrolling the city.

Friday we went to the zoo... Not much to do there besides the zoo. I tried out my new 50mm f/1.8 lens.






Sunday
We flew SN BRU-VCE and landed at 3:20 p.m. We headed towards the car rentals - a 10 minute walk -  the same direction of the water boats. Got our car, a Ford focus wagon and drove up towards the mountains. As we got closer the views became nicer and nicer. But being that we were exhausted from traveling throughout the day we didn't take pictures for now. But at one point we passed a little hill and saw it was somewhat white. As we got closer we realized it was sheep roaming around.




Sheep and their shepherd

After driving for 3 hours on the most windy road in Italy, we finally arrived to the hotel.

November 30, 2016, 11:19:47 AM
1
A quick getaway to the "Red City". A cliff notes TR of Marrakech. This trip was over a year ago so im having trouble remembering all details offhand and I dont have many pictures without me in then but after a couple requests i figured it may help some. Feel free to ask any other questions.

There are other routes or methods of travel I could have taken but to me this is one of the coolest airports and the only flight out of GIB that doesn't go to the UK is to Morocco so thats what I booked. GIB is a small, quaint airport that functions as an airport and no more. There are open air balconies overlooking the only runway and road  and facing the rock which was a great way to relax until the flight.
The main road cuts directly across the runway




Every time a plane lands the barriers go down and a street cleaner truck goes over the whole area in case of trash thrown from car windows. The airport isnt so busy but I was there during peak so I got to witness it quite a bunch.
Finally my Royal Air Maroc flight landed and I was off to CAS airport.


The airport terminal itself in CAS is quite small yet it seemed like we were taxiing for a ridiculously long time on both arrival and departure.
RAM business class actually looks pretty decent


Yea right, I wish! The cabin was the standard fake J. This is one of those flights that boggles my mind wondering how it exists. There def is string pulling keeping it going. There were less than 15 people on board and the Moroccan Jew on the flight who said he flies it often said its more full then hes ever seen.

 One of my main travel pet peeves which really annoys me is getting on a bus to get transported to/from the aircraft. I'm fine with walking across the airport but absolutely can't stand busing it, even though the business bus was infinitely more humane, so for starters this airport annoyed me.
 It was the 3rd flight of the day and my son finally fell asleep after being extremely overtired and cranky. As soon as I boarded the flight headed to RAK though, the steward decided that I had paid for parenting classes along with my ticket. He grabbed him out of my wife's hands and dramatically proceeded to show us how we are really supposed to properly hold him. I was literally begging him to stop as he violently woke my kid up and had him crying but to no avail. He had a remarkable resemblance to borat and sounded like him also. I was convinced that this was all a joke and I was on some hidden camera TV show and I was gonna leave with a new car or home remake-over  but alas it was simply an individual who's mind ran on a different frequency then most other humans.
Not a soul was in "business class" but the flight attendants had to make a large demonstration of closing the curtain between Y and J after takeoff. Economy was barely half full. It was a short walk from the plane to the terminal where the head of arrival security was waiting with my name on a card. I was directed into a small entirely empty and random arrivals lounge to fill out the arrival forms and was escorted through the diplomat line. The agents are extremely slow and not so helpful, (I heard they work for Iberia in their free time). I gave them all 3 of our passports and they were taken back like I just did something shocking and illegal. They made me take then back and slowly processed them one by one. I can't imagine that the people in back of the regular line waited under 1-2 hours. They don't give out forms on the plane and there are no signs by arrivals telling you to fill them out and where to get them nor are there any chances of finding or borrowing a pen so people wait on line, get told its not filled out then wait again. There was no no business class lines or any lines for that matter.
I got my baggage, withdrew money from the ATM, separated from my airport escort (after a tip of course) and met up with my driver who was waiting to take me to the Le Meridian.
To (hopefully) be continued...

December 04, 2016, 08:12:20 AM
1
Re: A quick getaway to the "Red City". A cliff notes TR of Marrakech. Nice welcome amenity.  ;D
December 05, 2016, 09:26:47 AM
1
Re: For The Birds: On A Wild Goose Chase With Something Fishy
Looking forward to those pics.  What would travelling with your full camera gear look like?
Probably something more like this... +++   ;D

December 19, 2016, 03:35:52 AM
1
"In Search of the Menehune" - Benjie1305's Trip to Kauai (DL J, UA J) Introduction/Planning:

This trip was actually not really planned for. January was originally supposed to be spent part-taking in this adventure but - as some may or may not at times be able to attest to - my dearest wife was able to find a reason why it wouldn't work. That on it's own would be sad but certainly not tragic if not for telling me after the entire trip including all flights and most hotels had already been booked.  :( ???

Off I went, re-depositing my 4 Hyatt SUN's, calling AA to refund me for my JAL flights and calling SQ to refund me for SQ and NH flights. After a good 90 minutes on the phone across the board, everything was back in my account and thankfully all charges had been waived.

Stuck I was with no plan or destination in mind and expiring Hyatt SUN's to come up with what is most likely our last kid-free vacation for quite some time. A few weeks later I suddenly came across this little gem. While the dates didn't work for me, it did make a lightbulb go off (in my head). Hyatt SUN's in January would present themselves as great value over in Hawaii and in addition to good weather, the place seemed to have a lot of fun things to do for us.

Being that I was limited to travel specifically from 1/1-1/9 my searches I had done over on UA/AA/DL really didn't yield any significant results and I was just going to keep checking and hope for the best. Well, I did not have to do that for too long because once this news came out it was very clear to me how I was going to book this trip. After a short few weeks of playing around with my itinerary and checking rates I went ahead and was booked using this amazing Amex Business Platinum benefit.

Outbound:

DL J: JFK-HNL
WP Y: HNL-LIH

Inbound:

HA J: LIH-HNL
UA J: HNL-EWR



After a few calls with GoldPassport it was also no issue combining my wife's and my SUN's and luckily I was able to piece together GHK space for the entire trip; 4 SUN's, 3 C+P's and 1 full points booking later. I also got them to apply my DSU and while they were only able to put me into a confirmed Garden Suite for the first 2 nights, I wasn't too concerned about that for now.

On a side note: I did spend a lot of time reading up on where to best stay and really would have preferred throwing in some nights over in the North. I had 3 nights booked at the St. Regis Princeville using close to 115,000 points and then decided to drop the booking around a week before the trip. If nights there wouldn't have been $850+ during my stay or if the STR would be a CAT6 I probably would have done it but 115k for 3 nights in a St Regis that needs renovation and is purely pricey because of its location just wasn't something I could justify in the end. After all it isn't like the Grand Hyatt is some shabby alternate solution.

["But Hey" some will say, I could have done an AirBnB in the North as a Plan B. Well no, that is not the way my wife likes to travel and I prefer hotels too, especially when traveling without the kids.]

With hotel and airfare booked it was time to secure a car and knowing that off-roading was not going to happen on this trip, the only logical choice was a Mustang Convertible. After scouting the web for a while, Avis returned as the clear winner. Now, with my car reservation in place my last and only real concern was, how to tell the kids we'd be gone for 9 days...




January 15, 2017, 09:57:41 PM
1
Re: B&H to charge sales tax in NJ Should've said u ur moving to Mexico
January 19, 2017, 11:40:25 AM
1
12 Days In Paradise II: Oahu, Kauai & The Big Island, By PBaruch (2017) After many visits to the Big Island and last year's winter trip to Maui, Kauai beckoned us.  Once again, we stopped off in Honolulu for Shabbos and we stayed the final two days of our trip on the Big Island.

EWR - HNL (UA J)

EWR - HNL by P Bryan, on Flickr

Shhh...Do Not Disturb

Shhh....Do Not Disturb (On our way to Hawaii) by P Bryan, on Flickr

I'm very busy....

 On our way to Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Part 1 - Oahu

We arrived in Honolulu on a Thursday afternoon, picked up our minivan from National, and headed over to our hotel - the Ala Moana.  I know some of you might be surprised we chose to stay at the Ala Moana again after last years experience, but the convenience of being next door to Chabad along with not having to shlep my little one on a 20 minute walk made more sense than staying at the Royal Hawaiian, which I would have preferred.  Since we were all tired, we relaxed at the hotel, ate dinner delivered by Oahu Kosher (there is no option for pickup), and went to bed early.

We awoke early the next morning for our drive to the north shore of Oahu hoping to see big waves and big wave surfers.  After some initial confusion as to where we should go (my friend said people line up by the side of the road but we arrived while it was still pitch black and couldn't see the ocean or where we should park), we ended up at Ehukai Beach, commonly known as the Banzai Pipeline, the most notable surfing spot on the North Shore.  Unfortunately, we didn't see any monster waves that day as they were only about 6-8 feet high.  (The waves there are known to get 25-30 feet high).  Nevertheless, it was still fun to watch the surfers.  I was told that there were many famous surfers out that day.

Ehukai Beach Banzai Pipeline, Oahu, Hawaii  - DSC_0050 by P Bryan, on Flickr

After Banzai Pipeline, we visited the Bishop Museum, which contains historical and science exhibits.  Founded in 1889, it is the largest museum in Hawai'i and has the world's largest collection of Polynesian cultural artifacts.

Bishop Museum, Oahu, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Kahili at the Bishop Museum, Oahu, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

What are Kahili Sign, Bishop Museum, Oahu, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Kukulu Ka Hale (Building a House), Bishop Museum, Oahu, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Portrait Of King Kamehameha The Great:

Portrait of King Kamehameha The Great, Bishop Museum, Oahu, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Outside Hawaiian Hall, we saw several individuals dressed in a traditional Hawaiian loincloth.  Unfortunately, one of these fellas took the period dress a little too seriously and some of us were treated to a very unpleasant view - wardrobe malfunction.  We then stopped by the planetarium and science discovery center, where the kids had a great time playing and exploring.

Bishop Museum Planetarium, Oahu, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Bishop Museum Science Adventure Center, Oahu, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

After visiting the Bishop Museum, we headed back to the hotel to get ready for Shabbos.  Once again, we dined with Chabad on Friday night and Shabbos day and the food was delicious.  There was a medical convention in town and many doctors from all over were in attendance.  We also met a doctor now living in Honolulu after relocating from the mainland.  On Shabbos, I had the chance to meet and speak with Yudi from Oahu Kosher.  I told Yudi how much we enjoyed the meals from Oahu Kosher on our return flight from Honolulu last January and asked if he was still providing meals to UA.  Unfortunately, Yudi told me he had some issues dealing with UA and that he was no longer providing meals to them.  Yudi did ask, however, that I write to UA and ask that they continue to offer meals from Oahu Kosher.

Part 2 - Kauai

On Sunday morning we flew to Kauai.

HNL-LIH by P Bryan, on Flickr

Fortunately, my buddy Bruce Omori and his wife were able to join us for three days.  Bruce is an award winning photographer with a gallery in Hilo on the Big Island.  If any of you find yourselves in Hilo, please consider stopping by his gallery.  Bruce also leads photo and non-photo tours on the Big Island.  Information concerning the gallery can be found here:  www.extremeexposure.com.

We stayed at the Grand Hyatt Kaui, which I booked through a friend's Diamond Account.  Since the hotel was fully booked, the best upgrade that we were able to obtain upon check-in was to a room that opened to a garden with a partial view of the ocean.  Although there was availability to upgrade to better rooms and suites later in our stay, we decided to stick with the room that we were given because all of the better rooms all had one king size bed and we needed at least two beds.  We very much enjoyed staying at the Grand Hyatt Kauai and frequented the club room where we were able to obtain lox, cream cheese, jam, cereal, and fruits in the morning.  Although they offered bagels from Oahu Kosher, the bagels were frozen and we stuck with eating bread brought from home.

On Monday we flew a doors off helicopter tour with Jack Harter's.  First I flew with Bruce and his wife on a photography charter, followed by my wife and daughters on a separate flight.  My little one wasn't permitted on the doors off flight so we had to take turns watching him.  The flight was wonderful and I highly recommend Jack Harter's for a doors off tour.  Photographs taken during our flight:

Door Off Flight with Jack Harter, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Flight with Jack Harter, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Wai'ale'ale Crater:

Wai'ale'ale Crater, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Wai'ale'ale Crater, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Wai'ale'ale Crater, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

One of the many waterfalls we saw during our flight:

Wai'ale'ale Crater, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Na Pali Coast:

Napali Coast, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Napali Coast, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

You can drive a boat into this:

Napali Coast, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Rainbow over the ocean:

Napali Coast, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

After our flights, we returned to the Grand Hyatt Kauai and made a BBQ on Shipwreck Beach directly in front of the hotel.  We commandeered one of the beach front cabanas for our BBQ:

BBQ at the Grand Hyatt Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

We grilled burgers, salami, sausage, zucchini, and pineapple.

BBQ on Shipwreck Beach, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

On Tuesday we drove to Polihale Beach, a real gem.  On the way, we stopped off here:

Menehune Food Mart, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

The Menehune Benjie was searching for?  We found them---or at least their food mart.  Bruce and Sheryl went there to get kulolo---a dessert made from poi, sugar, and coconut.

Polihale State Park, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Polihale Beach, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Playing with the shutter speed is lots of fun:

Polihale Beach, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Having fun on the beach:

Polihale Beach, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Playing At The Beach by P Bryan, on Flickr

As you can see from the photographs, we saw storm clouds moving in so we had to hightail it out of there.  Unless you have a 4WD vehicle (which we didn't), you can easily get stuck on the road if it rains.

After Polihale, we went to the Waimea Canyon Overlook.

Waimea Canyon Overlook, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

When we arrived, this was the view:

Waimea Canyon, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Several minutes later, however, we were treated to these views:

Waimea Canyon, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Waimea Canyon, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Waimea Canyon, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Waimea Canyon, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Waimea Canyon, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Enjoying the view:

Waimea Canyon Overlook, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Feeding chickens at Waimea Canyon Overlook:

Feeding The Rooster by P Bryan, on Flickr

Feeding The Rooster by P Bryan, on Flickr

Waterfall in Waimea Canyon:

Waimea Canyon, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

We then visited the Pu'u o Kila and Kalalau lookouts but there was little visibility due to clouds.

On Wednesday, we spent the morning at the Grand Hyatt relaxing with our friends, as this was their final day in Kauai.  I enjoyed the club room and we went swimming.  After our friends departed, we visited Wailua Falls.

Wailua Falls, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

At Wailua Falls, we saw a family of pigs near the road.  Apparently they hang out in the area as tourists feed them.

Wailua Falls Overlook, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

In the evening, we went to Poipu Beach, where we saw monk seals:

Hawaiian Monk Seal, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Hawaiian Monk Seal, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

The next morning I awoke early to photograph turtles and seals at Poipu Beach, and I was not disappointed:

Hawaiian Monk Seal, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Hawaiian Monk Seal, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Green Sea Turtle, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

After I returned to the Grand Hyatt, we all went to feed the fish, which is done each morning at 9:00 a.m.

Feeding the fish at the Grand Hyatt Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Fish at the Grand Hyatt Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

We then went to view and hold a macaw, which is done daily at 10:00 a.m.  I think the macaw was just about as big as my little one.

Holding a Hyacinth Macaw at the Grand Hyatt Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Afterwards, we went to Allerton Garden, renowned for being one of the nicest gardens in the world and the site of several movies.

Allerton Garden, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Orchid at Allerton Garden, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Picking a pomelo at Allerton Garden, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Allerton Garden, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Enjoying the view at Allerton Garden, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Coconuts at Allerton Garden, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Allerton Garden, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Exploring Allerton Garden, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

We then drove back to Waimea and visited the Pu'u o Kila and Kalalau lookouts again.  On the way back, we found a beautiful spot along the road in Waimea:

Waimea, Kauai, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

On Friday morning, I returned to Poipu Beach hoping to take more photographs of turtles and seals but this time there were only turtles on the beach:

Look what I found at Poipu Beach? by P Bryan, on Flickr

Napping Green Sea Turtle by P Bryan, on Flickr

Napping Green Sea Turtle by P Bryan, on Flickr

Green Sea Turtle at Poipu Beach, Kauai by P Bryan, on Flickr

After I returned from the beach, we went swimming and used the hot tub at the Grand Hyatt.  We then prepared for Shabbos.  DW made challahs and cake in a toaster oven that we had purchased at Walmart.  Afterwards, I made a potato kugel using the toaster.  DW also made chicken in a crock pot, which was substituted for chollent shortly before Shabbos commenced.

Baking Challahs by P Bryan, on Flickr

Part 3 - The Big Island

On Sunday morning we flew to the Big Island.

LIH-HNL-KOA by P Bryan, on Flickr

We visited Greenwell Coffee Farm, a favorite spot of ours:

I love my Kona Coffee! by P Bryan, on Flickr

Avocado Tree at Greenwell Coffee Farm by P Bryan, on Flickr

Relaxing at Greenwell Coffee Farm by P Bryan, on Flickr

Making A New Friend by P Bryan, on Flickr

This time the resident chameleon showed itself:

Chameleon Crossing Sign at Greenwell Coffee Farm by P Bryan, on Flickr

Greenwell Chameleon by P Bryan, on Flickr

We then stopped off at Higashihara Park for lunch and the kids played in the playground.  Afterwards, we stopped off at the Mark Twain Monkeypod Tree.

Our next stop was at Punalu'u, where we saw turtles on the beach:

Punalu'u Turtle by P Bryan, on Flickr

Lilly pond behind the beach:

Punalu'u Beach 1-2017 by P Bryan, on Flickr

Punalu'u Beach by P Bryan, on Flickr

After Punalu'u, we made our way to Volcano Inn, where we stayed the night.  We were not very impressed with this inn.  The room, although large, had a musty smell to it (I was told that running the dehumidifier helped with that).  They did not permit shoes in any part of the hotel and refused to print our boarding passes telling me that they had no printers available for public use.  Nevertheless, for one night it sufficed.  After checking in, we made our way to Jagger Museum overlook to view Halemaumau Crater but the weather was rainy and foggy so there wasn't much of a view.  Also, it was extremely crowded and park rangers were directing people to parking spots.  It was not this way in the not so distant past when I had the place almost to myself.

The next morning we got an early start.  Our first stop was at Rainbow Falls in Hilo:

Rainbow Falls, Hilo, Hawaii by P Bryan, on Flickr

Girls Also Like Climbing Trees by P Bryan, on Flickr

Rainbow Falls Forest by P Bryan, on Flickr

We then visited Boiling Pots (where we saw broken car glass in the parking lot) and finally stopped by our friends' gallery in Hilo to say farewell.

Flight home:

We flew from Hilo to Honolulu, where we stopped by the UA lounge and relaxed for a bit.  We then made our way to the gate, where we heard an announcement asking if anyone was willing to give up a first class ticket in exchange for $1000.  I immediately ran up to the gate agent and offered our five tickets.  Sadly, I was told that they only needed one.  Interestingly, a family that was on our flight to Hawaii was also on our return flight.

ITO-HNL-EWR by P Bryan, on Flickr

Perfect ending to a wonderful trip:

On our way back in UA J by P Bryan, on Flickr

Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoyed this trip report.

PS:  All who comment in this trip report are eligible to win one of three 2017 Extreme Exposure Lava Calendars with free shipping anywhere in the United States.  Drawing will be held on or about March 7, 2017.

Final Note:  A video of the doors off helicopter flight with Jack Harter will be posted later.

February 07, 2017, 12:14:53 PM
1
Re: Change Lights on Two SkyScrapers in NYC on your Smartphone Banned
February 25, 2017, 09:02:32 PM
1
Re: Change Lights on Two SkyScrapers in NYC on your Smartphone
Banned

February 25, 2017, 11:07:19 PM
1