Bubba and Bean (BB) Lodges
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... were only half full, so we got extra space and no queues at the toilets! On the LA to NY leg, Hannah and I both had 3 seats to lie down and rest for a few hours. Hannah did the trip brilliantly. Qantas do kids well. Kids activity packs, kids meals, and enough individual inflight entertainment to keep her amused when she wasn't resting. Arrived in NY at around 5.30pm. Decided to ...
... She's a tiny 13 years old Japanese-American girl who can climb boulder problems rated V14. To give you a sense of perspective, a newbie climber can probably climb V0 or V1. After almost 2 years of climbing, I can climb V4 which is considered respectable. If I devote my life to the sport (highly unlikely), I'll be able to progress at one grade per year at best. Ashima did a V14 boulder problem when she was 11 years old. I've seen her train in New York ...
... Heritage Park across the street. My mind drifted back to when I was a boy of about 14 years old and listened to the World Series on the radio. The names Maris, Mantle, Boyer, Ric*******, Kubek, Berra, Pepitone, Casey Stengel etc raced through my mind. After boarding the bus and departing, the tour guide advised everyone to look back at the beautiful Yankee Stadium and take a photo. I would instead look to the side of the bus constantly starring at ...
... Benedict. (Not cheap: 1 glass of Orange Juice $6.00 1 Coffee $5.00 Two eggs Benedict $39.00) Then off to Central Park we went picked up a map and followed through the walking tour which what we were going to do. We started our walk and right then we heard a little girl say to her dad "look daddy a squirrel" at that point I turned to look and just saw the tail going into the bushes, the Dad said “no honey that was a very large rat”
... floor (381m above ground level). Our New York pass gave us entry to the 86th floor observation deck. Once we had gone through the mandatory security screening we stopped at level 2 to collect our tickets to the New York Skyride which we would do on the way out. The view from the observation deck was amazing. After taking a few photos we went back down to do the Skyride. This is an aerial tour of the city from specially equipped, motion simulated big screen theatre seats. Next ...