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... floor. They were very interesting, and provided a lot of insight into the challenges and effort involved in this massive building project. When we finished with the exhibition, we had a choice between taking the lift to the 86th floor, or taking the stairs. The queue for the lift was rather large, so we took the stairs.
When we finally arrived on the 86th floor, our efforts were well rewarded from the outside viewing platform The view was ...
... will be complete! :) Being here has really made me appreciate so much about how lucky I am to live in such a beautiful country with such amazing people. Whenever i tell people I am from Australia they are amazed and they want to know all about it. It makes me so proud to be able to tell them all about my amazing country and by the end they all want to either visit or come and live in ...
... aeroplane food, what’s the deal with that? At least that’s how the jokes go. The food on board was actually really nice (and there was plenty of it) kudos Virgin.
We landed at 4.30pm local time and then began the epic journey that was the immigration line, baggage pick up and into Manhattan. After working out how to get a Metrocard (eventually) we took the AirTrain to Jamaica station ...
Today, we walked the Mile High and was going to go the Whitney Museum but ran out of time so hopped off Mile High and we came across The Chelsea Markets. The Markets were an old market building which had lots of shops but alas shopping was out of the equation. We went into this shop, where all the stalls inside had hand made products such as cards, clothing, jewellery, handbags. Julie and I both bought cards. This was amazing but we were ...
... of recording artistes IMHO...
...was ****** off at how my GPS was constantly thrown off in the shadow of gigantic skyscrapers in Manhattan, it was a bit like walking blind most of the time; or asking people; which amounted to the same thing;
...saw the funniest beggar notice where a guy had a sign over his hat on the ground saying: "I bet you a quarter that you read this!"; I lost of course :)
...was overjoyed to find large stores ...