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... up to fix it' They didn't even tip the plunger guy. Awkwardly we had to call the same front desk person to get more toilet paper. South America decided to give me 1 last stomach bug probably from poorly washed lettuce in the airport but at least I didn't take the record for the one to block the toilet.. Silent assassin that one. Transport -Paid $60 for a taxi from the airport. Had the full on cage back seat with a tiny slit to pay the driver through. He educated me all ...
... everywhere and I am sick to death of taking my belt off! We have had many funny moments here though, including the taxi driver who didn't know where the Rockerfeller Centre was as he was new and politely asked us to get out and find a different driver and the French lady who took a selfie and then chopped the Statue of Liberty off when asked to take our photo. It has been a wonderful 10 days, creating so many memories for me to look back on when I'm standing in the queue at ...
6th - 9th October: London
9th - 14th October: New York
It was good to have a few days in London catching up with friends, ticked off a few more sights and restaurants we'd been meaning to get to and a massive load of washing!! We weren't quite prepared for the drop in temperature but soon adjusted! Wasn't long though and it was time to say our goodbyes to London and the time we had there - amazing memories, friends and many a good times over our two years that we ...
Our kids didn't get the memo about a slower start on a Sunday, but when natty started talking at 5am i drew the line! He managed to get back to sleep and we began again a few hours later. Their noise first thing in the morning always feels louder when you are trying to keep them quiet at someone else's house. Thankfully due to lack of sleep from Zoe Mitch and Jordan slept through.
We went for a walk in Prospect Park which is across the road from ...
... onto the infamous NY subway into Penn Station
As Ben had a suitcase and he didn't want to be toting that round, we asked a policeman at the station where we could find a locker.
So our walk began up the famous street of dressmakers, passing De la Salle Academy!
We found the place recommended, deposited his cases, and continued our walk.
By this time my tummy was rumbling, so ...