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Woke up and starting packing out bags as we were leaving New York this morning. Shani and I went for a walk into Time Square and saw Nick Lachey doing the morning show. Had a look at a few more shops and then walked back to the apartment to finish our packing. Packed up everything the did a check of the room making sure we hadn't left anything ...
... the last 2 weeks we have been through 9, yes 9, security checks at the following places;
USS Constitution - Boston
911 Museum - NYC
Liberty Statue - NYC
The Rockefella Centre - NYC
Empire State Building - NYC
Independence Hall - Philidelphia
Liberty bell Centre - Philadelphia
Smithsonian Museum - Washington DC
White House Visitor Centre - Washington DC
WOW - Posting 2 blogs in 1 night - aren't you impressed???
... parks. Oak Bluffs is the one of the earliest planned residential communities and largely informed later suburban development in the United States.
We enjoyed walking around the campus grounds, as well the amazing art gallery at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. Ancient Art, Arts of Islam, African, Asian, European and American Art. Modern and Contemporary Art and Design and on and on.... It was stunning and it was free for anyone to enjoy.
... color line to take you on a different route, so if you are on the red line you can then change to the yellow line. They aim for a bus to be at each stop every 20 minutes and some every half an hour. The bus system runs from 9.00am in the morning with the last bus leaving Union Station at 5.00pm. The Big Bus company has many double decker buses with an open roof so you can probably guess where we had to sit! Most of the time it was fine up the ...
- Finding the store, 'Payless' where Abbie got brand new pumps for $12 and Josh got a pair of running shoes for $25.
Our trip around the northeast has been incredible. Every city we have visited has been entirely different; from underground cities to skyscrapers, beaches and parks, thunderstorms and brilliant sunshine. We have thoroughly enjoyed our time here, we will be back, however our west coast tour beckons!
Lots of love, J&A xx