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... a small area.
There were a number of cafes in the museum and we decided to go to the food hall at the bottom. David had a piece of pizza and Marion tried a vege burger and does not mind if that was her very last one ever.
A floor of the museum was devoted to space science. We went into a planetarium that visually told the story of the Big Bang. There was a four minute visual display that was excellent. Marion decided to see it ...
... there for a little bit, then found a souvenir shop and I got a jumper. So for tea we had pizza, it wasn't just the normal pizza you would get, it was massive! I wish I took a photo of it. The slices were so big that you had to fold it in half to eat. It was pretty funny though, because Thomas's toppings fell off his, they just slid right off the pizza. That's all for today. Cya, Emily ...
... listening to the commentary given so well by the tour guides. We had our final meal in the New York Brasserie which was grand.
So we're packed and ready for our flight tomorrow but want to say thanks to you for keeping us sistersinastate company as we toured.
Les sends special kiss to Winston!!
Take care and see you all soon! Lots of love.
... a big walk around the city. It's easy to pass a few hours this way, the blocks stretch on forever in each direction (if you've never been, New York has surprisingly enormous wide streets to peer down) and there's always lots to see. We made our way along Broadway, then 5th, a route we've done a few times in the past, and stopped at a few of our favourites – the Flat Iron, Empire State, Times Square and the Rockafella. The ...
... nearly all of New York, which I'm looking forward to, but my feet aren't! Thank god Pete and gwen talked me out of posting my sneakers home. To be honest, travelling (relatively) solo has been a struggle for me. I miss Alex terribly and almost continuously. I know it is for the long run we need to be apart now, so we can both return to our respective countries and start earning money so we can apply for a visa for him to come to Australia. I often ...