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After completing my usual breakfast princess duties, I packed my trusty map and my phone which thankfully works over here with no extra charge (which I’m still amazed about, thank you 3 mobile) I headed out into the concrete jungle by myself! As a group we all decided we wanted a 'me’ day to check out things that the others wouldn’t really want to. I won’t lie I was rather nervous as I’m definitely not street ...
... feels that straightforward. Gemma and Rich had given us loads of candle holders to use at our wedding and I was really chuffed that we managed to get them packed up within the weight limit. I think they will look so pretty lit up at the venue.
The flat felt very empty after Mum and Dad left as it always does after visitors have been. However, with pieces of our furniture gradually being sold it was feeling ...
... up and all the way down again!! It was no small task! In fact everyone's legs are feeling the effects for it now!! After we got back down we had a better walk around the museum, seeing replica moulds to scale of the statues face and foot, different versions of the torch over the years to fine tune it longevity and the story of its origins, ideas and construction. The Statue of Liberty is only the thickness of two penny's held together and is made from copper. ...
... of $125.00 in all! We hot-footed it over to McDonalds, as Tim was desperate to have his American Mcbreakfast; I'd managed to put it off until now, & after our wonderful dinner in Brooklyn last night, I conceded. Now I'm not usually OCD. Ok, well maybe sometimes. But not with food, well most of the time. However, sausage, scrambled egg, hash brown, pancakes & a scone(?!) all on one plate with one set of cutlery? I obviously have ...
... camera with you (although the steps were so narrow I wouldn't have wanted to take anything else). The top of the Crown is an extremely restricted space however it provides a great view back to Manhattan and Ellis Island but most importantly a unique view of her tablet and torch. Back down on the ground, I just enjoyed walking around her taking in the sheer size and marvelling how they ever got her to stand upright in the first place. Back on ...