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... went to the museum erected to the memory of the victims. The exhibition starts 7 stories down which is the depth that the buildings foundations started at. There are many exhibits from the two buildings along with film footage from the day. ...
... would have let me back in. Second, (they say) you have to apply for emergency visa in person, and I had an out-of-town conference for the next two days. My flight was on the third day. That being said, a fellow traveler waiting at the consulate told me that he had personally seen people drop off/pick up emergency visas for other people, so who knows, it could be worth a try.
The most frustrating part of applying for an Indian visa is the lack of logical process. ...
... we had that photo to show you! We then headed to Madame Tussauds to use one of our Explorer pass options and pick up our tickets to see Statue of Liberty sometime in the next few days, although we couldn't get tickets to the crown from there. We went in search of a visitor centre to see if we could get tickets from them. The first VC had been permanently closed so we sought out another, only to be told that as access to ...
... of dollars of free publicity! The funny thing is that "Gimbels" is named after a now defunct department store that used to be one of Macy's competitors!
One other interesting thing we learned is that movie companies sometimes pay the city of New York millions of dollars to close large sections of the city, such as Times Square, in order to film! We saw a scene from Vanilla Sky with Tom Cruise where Times Square was empty.
... dreadlocked coat. The owner told me the name of the breed (it was a Northern Italian sheep dog) but I've forgotten it. She said he now tries to round up the squirrels.
As we came closer to the Zoo I heard some bells ring out, chiming the hour. I assumed it was a Cathedral somewhere in midtown but then the bells started playing Tip Toe Through the Tulips which I thought was a bit odd. When we reached the Zoo I realised it was the Delacorte ...