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... at the site is a magnificent and a fitting tribute to its predecessors, standing as tall as the tallest of the previous towers. From there we walked to the end of the Manhatten peninsula which terminates at Battery Point with a beautiful park overlooking the waterways of the Hudson River and East River. At this point RaG continued back to Times Square on the bus, whilst JaM alighted after one stop and caught the hop-on ferry back along ...
Another sleep in and a few episodes of games of thrones we started our walk from home making our way through Williamsburg and Brooklyn to the historic Bridge on a beautiful sunny NYC day. Over the other side we enjoyed a NYC bagel.
The evening we set up camp at home with our hosts Michelle, Joyce and the mum and tuned into the fight of the century - Pac Man and Mayweather (winner).
... was on the last day in the Galapagos when some of us woke up early and took a short hike to Tortuga Bay. The hike was a lot of fun and filled with wild life and the beach was one of the most beautiful beaches I have ever seen. I am so grateful to have been able to go on this trip. It was so much fun!! I couldn't think of a better way to spend spring break.
Ken-I am so grateful to be given the opportunity to go to such a beautiful country with a bunch ...
... for generations to follow to understand how important this incident was to the world. We also saw and learned more about the pentagon and fourth plane which was hi jacked that day. So much focus is on the world trade centres it's easy for overlook these other two planes.
In all we spent over three hours just walking, reading, watching. It's was both interesting and overwhelming and incredibly well put together. The space is an amazing ...
... same. We got their with directions from locals and wandered a bit looking for a place to eat amongst the numerous places. Jolanta found one that we could hear music coming from called Vivaldi. It was small and crowded but we went in and sat down to found that it is a place where aspiring musicians come to play. The format is that they can each play two songs. All the songs were original. But while the talent was pretty good the songs were all doleful. We had a light dinner ...