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... ave before going to grand central station. It is such an amazing building. We then went for a walk through Central Park. We bought ice creams and sat on the grass watching the world go by. On our final full day we walked up to the natural history museum and spent all day looking through all 4 floors of exhibits. It was a really interesting museum and we both really enjoyed it. I especially liked the dinosaur exhibit. We then got the ...
... perfect for sinking our cooler
box in to keep our food and beers cold) and lots and lots of lovely dry wood
for our fire that night, which turned out to be a gargantuan affair! We arrived
early in the afternoon and the sun was shining, so we enjoyed a few beers and
talked and relaxed, thankful to be out of the car and to have an afternoon off.
We needed to get from one side of Colorado to the other to
catch flights which we had not yet booked (ooops!) ...
... well know marathons in the world and I just QUALIFIED!
A few months later I attempted to signed up for the BOSTON MARATHON. It was the year of economic crisis, when everyone apparently qualified and wanted to run (many without jobs had time to train and run). The sucker sold out in 8 hours. I was out of town on the day it opened...and with a flooded webpage to sign-up things were slow. I was about to just give up and handle it when I got back home but I stuck with it and ...
... I was going to survive the flight, but I had no choice, just needed to get home. I was also in an aisle seat which meant I had nothing to lean on and would be knocked during the flight. There was a spare window seat next to a lady on the adjacent aisle, so when we were airborne I asked if I could move into that seat. So I did, at least I had a window to lean on. I was very surprised how uncomfortable ...
... know she was! We took the free ferry (more free rides!) to Staten Island instead of Ellis Island as there was a 2 hour wait to go to Ellis Island and also if we wanted to climb the statue the wait was even longer - like some time at the end of October!
With the "Statue of Liberty" ticked off the list Aaron was very keen to hit the shops and find the DC store. So we hopped back on the New York Subway and headed back uptown to the ...