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... of paper. Okay? Now stare at it. Okay? Now quickly ask yourself, "Is that important?")
Now, once you've removed style, status and money, you'll find books. The Book section of the Sunday Times , like the reading room in the New York City Library, is a reminder in an otherwise glossy world preoccupied with appearance, status and wealth, that it is knowledge that we should spend our time pursuing.
... steak house which hit the spot. After I finished my meal I went over to my gate and I was ready to board. Roughly 5 minutes after every one boarded the plane, and this was my last flight until I was back home in Brisbane. I slept for almost 10 hours of the flight back, which amazed me and made the trip so much better, I watched the inlfight entertainment (movies, tv shows, music etc.), too. We landed in Brisbane 20 ...
... the Airtrain into JFK. By missing the rush hour traffic, we made this journey quite quick and stress-free. Happily, Virgin Atlantic were willing to put us on an earlier flight out of JFK, landing at the crack of dawn in Heathrow. It was a swift flight aided by strong following winds and, despite a delayed departure out of JFK, we landed at Heathrow at 6:30, ready to face the rigours of the M25 and M40. Home by 10:30 a.m.
... it to be more built up for a longer distance from the city.
The freeway was not as difficult as I had expected. The traffic was whizzing past us when we were doing the speed limit. We did not mind when we were "stuck" behind a slow vehicle - it gave us a reason to go slowly too.
The drivers seemed to be quite courteous. Cars merging onto the freeway need to move over into left hand lanes and cars let them in. Also, if you leave a space in ...
... as so many people died there, it is hardly surprising. It does show how America has fought back but determined to remember those who perished. The new world trade centre and the memorial fountains are also examples of them being determined not to be beaten, and rightly so.
After finishing at the museum, we made our way to Battery Park and sat in the sun looking out across the water to Liberty Island whilst enjoying a beer (Sandra) and ...