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... manic! We had a nice view of New York's skyline too.After the boat we walked to the new One World Trade Center (Freedom Tower) which is the 4th tallest building in the world and the tallest in the US. Next to it are the 9/11 memorial fountains on the former location of the twin towers which were destroyed during the September 11th attacks. The fountain is a pool with a square hole in the middle which you can't see into. Around the edges are ...
... birthday. formal wear and rarther nice nosh (grilled salmon)
camp was great though, would definatly want to go and work again. even though some of the kids where a bit spoilt with personal cleaners. i was amazed by the wealth. one kid was picked up at camp in a lambigini, and others where picked up by their parents in a helicopter.
after camp me and nick stayed in a brill hostel in brooklin, nick ended up going home back to austrailia the following day, ...
... 50th Street. The streets in Lower Manhattan have names, eg Wall St, Beaver St etc. From Houston street, south to north, the streets are numbered from 1 to over 200. Going East to West, the streets are numbered 1-12. There are several exceptions such as Broadway, Park and Madison. Uptown starts about 59th Street where there are entrances to Central Park. The bus took us up the western side of the park, into Harlem and back down 5th Avenue on the eastern side of the ...
... say how much! Lucy then handed over the last of her many surprises, a series of cards from friends from England. Then there was a wonderful wire cake topper she'd made, which she presented to us in our beer bottles rather than a cake!
I was overwhelmed, I cannot believe how lucky I am, how lucky we are, to have all these special people in our lives!
The next morning, unfortunately, the headache that had been plaguing Valerie to a certain extent the day before, ...
... the tour guide tell the group William Shakespeare and Christopher Columbus were "Two great Americans." We quickly decided not to join the group.
We continued through the park, and found this group performing underneath a bridge, where the acoustics were amazing!! We watched and listened for a while. as we were doing that, we met up with another group from Rosebud walking though the park, so we joined them. But like the last group we ...