Bubba and Bean (BB) Lodges
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... 160; Soho, Chinatown, Little Italy and over to Brooklyn. Unfortunately our photos haven't come out too well as the ride was so bumpy. This tour was not hop on hop off but just a straight tour on the bus hence the bumps. We arrived back at the same destination we were picked up at, hailed a taxi which took forever and came back to the hotel glad we had went but we were very tired. We love New York but certainly would not like to live here. Good old Adelaide suits us very ...
... everything I had hoped it would be! It was such a beautiful show and the singing was incredible. I loved it so much. I cannot wait for Jersey Boys tomorrow. The sets were amazing and the transitions were flawless. The costumes were so intricate and the music was perfect. The orchestra did so well, no wonder they work on Broadway! Caught my first New York taxi on the way home as well. Such fun! Today has been a good day exploring New York. Loving it here! Love love ...
... our own bus- presumably the delayed Greyhound. At long last we were advised by the crew to exit the bus, collect our luggage and line up inside the terminal. I was one of the last through the border, due to being relegated to the much slower non-Canadian/non-US queue. I spent the minutes watching a couple of silly British girls messing around at the very back, opening their suitcases to pull out various items of clothing and giggling hilariously about nothing much. And ...
... more we started to build a picture of where we were. We were under the fountains in the original sub floor levels of the original World Trade Centre buildings. We stood and looked at a massive wall hundreds of feet in height and width which was the original wall holding back the Hudson River from the sub floor levels. We saw the original foundations of the buildings.
As we moved further into the museum the displays became more abundant. ...
I've just landed into JFK en route to Berlin and need to state for the record that jetBlue ROCKS MY SOCKS.
When I checked in at Charleston Intl, they arranged everything so that my checked bag went straight through to Berlin even though I switch airlines at JFK - which means I can skip the traversing of multiple terminals and frantic searching of identical carousels for my bag before hauling it to the new airline.
I simply came off ...