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I've survived for over a week! Granted, I haven't been on my own yet as I'm still staying with Aunt Jenna and Uncle Martin. I really hope that they haven't gotten sick of me yet because I really like them and I may not leave until the 15th of August.
Speaking of the 15th of August... My roommates and I (by the way, the 3rd roommate is also cool - if she really is cooler than us or not, I'll leave a mystery) were accepted as tenants for the apartment we ...
... the show.
That Friday evening we went to see the Brooklyn Nets take on the Toronto Raptors in a NBA league match at the Barclays Center. Although we had some of the highest seats available in this massive new stadium, we still saw a good game, with a very tight finish and enjoyed a foot long chilidog.
Sunday was the first day of the show and was also on the same day as the NFL super ...
... prepared for the day, I packed my backpack and went down to the restaurant. The food available was absolutely brilliant and I walked away very satisfied.
Before I left for America, back in Australia I pre purchased a "Gray Line New York All Loops Tour with Top of The Rock" ticket. This was a 48 hour unlimited stop ticket on any Double Decker Bus, this also included a trip up to the Rockefeller Centre Building at night time. So after ...
... was no less difficult. Turning into my "airport zombie mode", where I blindly follow the crowd and try not to object to all of the very unhappy people directing the masses, I was suddenly through security, and on my way to my gate. One thing struck me enough to "wake" me, the strange American menu pictured on the left. A panini-less panini express. I had been warned about Thai menus, such as the one on the right. While the ...
... where it should be.
Ashleigh was waiting for me when I got back to the hotel. We set off towards the nearest subway station at Wall Street and headed for Central Park to have a seat and write this diary entry. We walked into the park past the Turtle Pond and Belvedere Castle. Central Park is a huge oasis in the concrete jungle that is Manhattan island. If it wasn't for the steady flow of helicopters overhead and the constant sound of traffic you ...