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Took the China Town Bus to New York City, where I stayed at the Jazz on the Town Hostel for two nights, hung out with friends from the hostel and saw the bad perform for two shows.
... he's a parapalegic. Tough break. No pun intended. There was lots of bumpf about his part time firemans job. And something heroic he did once which was slightly better than getting a cat out of a tree. Slightly less was written about a tragic swimming accident whilst abroad. Reading between the lines, some kid went on a lads holiday to Spain with no health insurance and crippled himself jumping from a pier into shallow water. The inevitable outcome - confined to a ...
... I return to Los Angeles Saturday morning and I am staying with my older sister Penelope, who lives in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Carroll Gardens. After using the morning to relax, I walked north from her place to Downtown Brooklyn, where I had lunch at a branch of Shake Shack, New York's answer to In-N-Out. An amazing meal I had. From there, I took the 5 train across the East River to Battery Park, where I walked ...
... map and attached tickets from us from the top of the bus.
Highlights of our time in New York were:
-seeing the Phantom of the Opera on Broadway which did not fail our expectations as it was nothing short of brilliant,
-visiting the Empire State Observatory at night,
-strolling around Central Park- New Yorker style,
-visiting the Guggenheim Museum of modern art,
-strolling down ...
... loud and clearly mentally unwell lady who was responding to voices and experiencing full blown auditory hallucinations sat opposite me talking to herself loudly about planetary arson and war with aliens from what I could gather. It had started. My ability to attract the mentally unbalanced had begun. Thankfully she was sat no where near me on the plane. I could see her seat number on the ticket in her hand. If she had have been sat next to me I think I may have taken it ...