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... out all of Brazil.
With the majority of our errands done we spent the rest of the day seeing the sights. We first got some bagels and schmear (because they are non existent in Central and South America). With full stomachs we set out and saw the Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden, Statue of Liberty, and the World Trade Center Memorial. Although we wanted to see more we had a flight to Madrid to catch and sleep deprivation was starting to take affect on all of us. ...
... it. How could we resist? Unfortunately photography wasn't allowed when we were actually in there so I don't have anything to show you apart from a couple of pictures in the gift shop (Thor's hammer though!). It was so much fun! There was a whole bunch of Avengers stuff to look at but mostly it was interactive. We got to test our strength against that of Captain America, analyse how radiation affected our DNA like The Hulk and fly a suit simulator like Iron Man. My inner ...
... my sisters) is something I will always be grateful for.
A our written recorder, Janet captured the daily journey with her journal which I have excerpted here.
As our visual recorder Mare did an phenomenal job showing you the diversity and beauty of an amazing people and country!
I hope you enjoy!
... blah blah blah.....but I knew I would have issues riding it. Then I had this moment where I thought, "I'm in New York, in America, the land of the free and brave, I can do this!!" But deep down I knew from the moment I hired that bike that this would not go well. I had to walk my bike on the pavement and I couldn't even control the damn think whilst I was riding it beside me! Anyway to cut a long story short, I gave the bike back after 45mins of wobbling ...
... years. This was an off Broadway show, but it used to be on Broadway. I assume off Broadway means amateur but there was nothing amateur about this show (later, after having done a Google search, I found it it just means smaller theatre.) The show was very funny and smart. I couldn't help singing along to some of the songs with the Usher ( I made friends with him and the back part of the theatre was empty.) It was a perfect way to end this part of the ...