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Travel Blogs from Staten Island
I made a list of all the buildings I wanted to go see during my last few weeks. So today I went to look for them. I went to the ‘Lever House’, a giant building made of glass and some steel. (I am the only one who can stand underneath the building and then try to google-map it where it is LOL). The Seagram building. After that I walked over to St. Patricks Cathedral. It’s very large and under massive construction. I don’t think I ever seen so many ...
... pentru 1 milion de metri cubi de pamant
in care vor fi plantati 270.000 de copaci si arbusti. Miroase a alune
coapte, a caramel si a vanilie.
Vanzatori de suveniruri, de fotografii, guase si litografii,
trompetisti ce fredoneaza cunoscute blues-uri, magicienii baloanelor
contorsionate, toti acesti familiari ai parcurilor de pretudindeni
imi par putin blazati, dar poate nu sunt decat nerabdatori ca odata cu
primavara micile lor antreprize sa ...
... the bread was amazing), but I couldn't finish it. The cold was really starting to kick in, and while I definitely needed some food, my appetite just wasn't there.
We came home and had an early night, but it didn't do me much good - I was awake repeatedly through the night, for ages. So when we finally went out today, we headed straight for a chemists.
I picked up some ordinary cold and flu stuff the day we arrived, but it wasn't doing much good. Today, I found where they ...
... we should be OK, of course adding, “just drive slow”........Hmmmm, duly noted, as I passed the last exit before the “TUNNEL”. Many times on this trip I’ve thought to myself about Nascar announcers referring to driver’s trading paint and in this long, long, long tunnel it again crossed my mind. You see there are two lanes and once in, you are asked to stay in your lane. That’s easy in a car, but in an ...
... I had forgotten the pin on our USA travel card so it locked our card and we had to contact ANZ. Luckily we still had some cash on us plus our credit cards, so we weren’t too stressed. After that Maria drove us to the train station so we can get a metro card. This was probably the easiest way to get around NYC and cheapest. She then drove us to the ferry where we caught the free Staten Island ferry to Manhattan. On the way we passed the Statue of Liberty. As always ...