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... to our hostel. It was a long and exhausting day but I enjoyed seeing more of the city.
On Monday I went for a tour of some of Central Park before going to Chelsea Market for lunch. Then I walked the High Line, a disused elevated railway track that has been converted to public gardens. On my way back to the hostel I stopped by Madison Square Garden. In the evening I went with a group of people from the hostel to a Yankees baseball game where ...
... few things dedicated to him and there is always a busker there singing only John Lennon & Beatles songs.
This memorial is in Strawberry Fields as well. Its all tiles and nicely maintained.
Then we walked to The Lake where they have all the row boats. There has been a bit of an algae bloom there recently but it doesn't seem to have stopped all the couples getting out in ...
... I must have spent! Flying home was surreal. The 8 months had flown by, and now all my experiences were just memories. Whilst gazing out the aeroplane window, the same type of window I had first seen 10 countries across 3 continents, I saw the Thames, Big Ben, London bridge, The Houses of Parliament and the London Eye and I felt that same sense of excitement I had done when first seeing these 10 countries across 3 continents. In that moment, Nathan turned to me and said 'Welcome ...
We learned that the statue was actually constructed by the French as a symbol of liberty from the oppressive rule of Napoleon III, and was donated to the United States, where Americans had built the pedestal for it. It was donated to celebrate the American Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776. I also didn’t know that the reason it is green is because it is made from copper, and apparently copper goes green when it is oxidised! ...
... No matter where in the world we have been everyone wants to talk to you when they hear a UK accent.
Sunday 6th April
And suddenly it's all over. We are meeting a couple of friends for brunch before one last struggle trying to work out the New York subway system to get to JFK airport for our flight - in an easterly direction of course - back to Old Blighty.
Farewell from USA
There will be one final blog when we get back to the UK.
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