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... at no cell reception on the subway before I understood my commute from Brooklyn involved passing 20 m under the bottom of the Hudson river, as my eardrums faithfully attested at each go;
...I found a credit card compatible soda vending machine;
...I found my VISA card to be refused everywhere in stores but not online; so I called the Belgian bank and aparently the US is considered a particularly dangerous destination for Belgians, you need ...
... We hauled them two miles from Broadway downtown to the financial district to our hotel. Ashleigh kept me going and I must admit, I had to make her stop a couple of times so I could catch my breath. We knew we were getting close when we saw the worlds highest skyscraper, the new One World Trade Center looming through the clouds like the evil eye of Mordor. When we finally got to the our accommodation, Club Quarters World Trade Center, we were sweating ...
... it well and he just took it all in. As we'd walked so far already we didn't want to head back to the hotel for a change and even though I offered to buy Vaughan a new top instead he asked if we could just get some wet wipes to clean himself down. We did this and continued on our trek towards downtown.
By this time it was getting quite late into the afternoon and by the time we reached the memorial our feet were absolutely killing us. At the memorial ...
... they were starving and living under oppressive conditions. They were prepared to die just to get away and not knowing what they were coming to!. Five Leaves for dinner and has some connection to the Two Leaves where we dined last night.
Today we wandered locally and found a fruit and vegetable market, parks and a sandy beach on East River beside which there was ...
BUT first......Shopping, shopping, shopping......such a big city, far too much walking for the small amount of fashion stores for 16 year old girls. We went to the 'garment' district. Macey's Department store was having a 'One day only sale'. Too many people, especially at the fitting rooms. Girls tried on a few dresses for their school formal, but nothing suited, very ...