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Starring: Cirsty, Ryan, Tourists, bus conductor, train passengers, locals
Location Shots: Laguardia, Hudson River, Crowne Plaza, Time square, Central parkRyan learns another trick to putting on his backpack with his day pack. He is alarmed when Cirsty suggests that he can go to the toilet with his pack on. He returns from the toilet with a look of achievement. Cirsty has a look of pride for his achievements. The pair decide to be adventurous and chance ...
... back home who's thinking of going to the fringe this year, go see the original shift faced shakespeare as well.
So after that we jumped in to a taxi and headed to one thing that everyone visiting New York should do before leaving, and that is visit the empire state building and head up to 86th floor observatory. It is hands down the most awe inspiring, romantic, beautiful and once in a life time experiences I think I'll ever have. The ...
... memorable experience.
New York what can I say? It is a fascinating city that never sleeps. Lots of police and ambulance sirens. The architecture of the buildings are stunning. Most buildings have the "step style" design.
New York was very expensive. Did loads of walking. It's the best way to see the city. Fortunately, most of the city is built on flat ground.
... the Easter weekend but it still looked pretty against the millions of other twinkling lights of the city. With sore legs from all the walking we had been doing the last couple of days we spent the evening vegging out on the sofa watching the Superman movie and eating pizza.
Tuesday was a sobering day as we went to Ground Zero. We went on a tour with the tribute center and were guided around by two ladies. Halfway ...
... of Chelsea market and J gave us a rundown on the history of the HighLine, starting from when 10th Ave was known as Death Avenue so they decided to raise the line for a railway. The ships which delivered the meat stopped and started going to New Jersey and so the rail line was unused for 20 years. It took a while for the founders of the HighLine to convince the city of the merits of turning it into a park and the HighLine opened in 2009 (I ...
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