The Castle at Skylands Manor
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... bright as!! Sunday 3rd : We walked down to the Hudson River to visit the Intrepid Sea Air and Space museum. Graeme could **********tain his excitement when he saw the Aircraft Carrier and to top it off it had a Black Bird spy plane on the top deck. Great exhibition which included the full size prototype of the Space Shuttle, The Concord ...
We had breakfast at Coppelia, a Mexican 24 diner on 14 St just a few doors along from the apartment. Waffles and Cuban Toast with bananas, berries and maple syrup and Mexican hot chocolate to set us up for the day.
Next it was the subway and a walk uptown to pick up our 3 day City Sights bus hopper tickets which were included in our New York Pass and board the downtown tour ...
... It had snowed most of the day when we left at 4pm so we walked though Central Park and enjoyed it covered in snow and took ,ore photos - it's definitely been a highlight of NYC for Us all. Very cold, so back to hotel to relax and clean up before meeting Nik (mate of Paul's from Sydney) for dinner. Josie's was awesome - great menu, great food, wine and service. Nik was great and had lots of fun with the boys, was good to catchup with him ...
... I managed to get off to sleep, waking a few more times and just hitting play again. Had an alarm set for 9am as the marathon expo/registration opened at 10. We took our time getting up and ready. The venue was just a few blocks away so we walked, grabbing some breakfast on the way, we arrived not long after 10 and the line was already massive, not sure how long we waited, around 45mins I think. Finally got to the front of the line and in we went, it was ...
... br> Their extensive journeys of conquest throughout much of Western Europe and the North Atlantic spread their sphere of influence and culture way beyond their native Scandinavia.
Our cruise across the North Atlantic followed one of the routes of these great seafarers in their tiny boats, visiting many of the places where they established settlements.
The Viking Ship was a warship, usually about ...