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Got here at 11pm last night. Exhausted. Got kind of lost in NJ (I think). Stopped for some grub at some point (20 cent tip). .. Upset some gas station owners.... Ate bagels (from a guy that didn't like questions) and fruit in the morning.... Slept in this plaza....suuuuchhhh a nj plaza...****** but the cars are clean.... In nj they don't let you pump your own fuel....anywhere....it's wildly ...
Decided that we should get out the house and make the most of having Manhattan on the door step. Walked 20 blocks to downtown taking in the views of Manhattan and diversity in cultures. Our legs got tired so we rented Citi-bikes, making it eventually to Battery Park. Stopped off at Wall Street on the way. Went to an Irish bar for a drink, sat next to us were 7 Wall Street brokers, quite funny in their egotistic mannerisms. Went to renew ...
... day even though I had lost my voice. Wish us four could have spent more time together.
Went to Walmart the next day and finally got a picture for mummy!
I am now sitting at Brittany's while she is at work, getting ready to leave tonight for ...
... for an hour and a half waiting until my number was finally called. I was told it's never usually that packed, but since schools were nearing their end for the academic year and the summer was about to begin, it was mobbed. All I had to do was show my documents, proof of my travel within two weeks, and a nice hefty $195 check, I was set. I was told the new passport would be sent in regular ...
... off. After four hours of driving in the morning, we finally began seeing fields being plowed by men in plain colored clothing wearing straw hats and overalls. Also, who could mistake a buggy for a car (to clarify confusion, the gray covered buggies are the Amish while the black covered buggies are Mennonites). As we crept further along these rural roads, the surroundings became more and more beautiful and scenic along the backdrop of ...