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... we had met and spent so much time with for 26 days and off we went. Our place is in the basement of a large apartment complex. Lucky Lu was home as we were fifteen minutes early. He showed us around and gave us the key and just like that we were settled into another city. We dropped our bags and headed out to have a wander. An infamous pizza place is around the corner and the line up was quite impressive so we ...
... has sprinkled in a generous helping of people all scampering to sell the same thing...bus tours. It is fascinating. Our tip however, don't bother with the bus tours but get an unlimited subway pass instead, the quickest, cheapest and easiest way to travel anywhere in NYC.
After returning to Upper Manhattan we wandered around our local area including looking at the hostel James stopped in 10 ...
... my 6 am flight. Because I changed my departure date (still within the time frame I originally gave the travel agency) I had to pay exorbitant fees but higher than I had expected leaving me relatively, well broke. Knowing I would be heading back to the expensive US I began dreading this long 48+ hour journey of sitting in airports, taking 4 different places and checking my luggage 3 different times. Though I was excited to ...
... fact a very very big park. Nevertheless we powered on and had Chinese in Chinatown. One of us got a mouthful of something that felt very gritty and mud like in nature....I'll give you a hint her name starts with R. Feeling a little dirty (see what I did there?) we headed home for some mouthwash and a well deserved sleep. Our last outing in NYC saw us visit the Empire State Building....from ground level. There was no way these two poor sods had $60 for an elevator ride and ...
Sleep in again and a coffee to start the day (a sleep in is up about 8-9 or 9:30am) We sub wayed ourselves to the Staten Island Ferry but ended up on anther ferry that was a bit quicker out and around the Statue of Liberty. While we had to wait for the next round trip the dock had a little dinner style cafe with fab hot dogs...we all dogged up and hopped onto the ferry.
Our ferry: a yellow TAXI ferry??? it took us for an ...
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