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I went for one last walk early this morning foolishly thinking that I might find some quiet streets in Paris to take a few more photographs and reflect.
The left bank at 5:30 a.m. reminds me of that old Jimmy Buffett lyric, ". . . there is a fine line between Saturday night and Sunday morning." Never more true than this morning in this City.
... than expected, right on 6 in the morning. When actually arrived back on the 1st of November, so by crossing the international date line, we lost a whole day. But it was by far the best flight of the trip.
I enjoyed the whole trip and I found most of the activities I experienced valuable and educational for a school student to experience. This is a great opportunity for anyone and would highly recommend it.
"The art teacher" Rufus Wainwright"Strawberry Fields forever" The Beatles"59th Bridge Street song (Feelin' groovy)" Simon and Garfunkel
Our last full day in the Big Apple. Breakfast wasn't quite so limited today and we even had an English language (almost) conversation with an Aussie couple from Townsville. Aside from the rubber eggs and burger coasters, the major feature was the mystery of "Who stole the bagels?" An American lady verbalised a commentary on the toasting ...
... you, someone will move into it.
Wes had looked on Goggle to see what the hotel looked like so we knew what we were looking for. Tom delivered us to the door and the parking station is right at the entrance door. Very easy to pull over and into the parking station where we could unpack the car. The attendant takes the car and it is taken to another floor in a lift. They asked what time we were leaving and they said they would have the car ready for us. ...
... Emma). After that we joined, what seemed like, every tourist in Manhattan to get on a boat over to see the Statue of Liberty. The view from the top deck were impressive of both the green lady herself but also at Manhattan.
We spent a few hours sat looking at the view and wandering around the island. It was lovely to sit and appreciate where Sandra's hard earned pennies had brought us and how lucky we are to be able to travel the world.