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... and the power systems that supply the electricity, I finally discovered the bus displays. My friends from TriMet and other transit properties around the country may recognize the second farebox from the right (GFI).
The most exciting thing I found was a display about a day in the life of a Manhattan bus--the photo below shows an old friend of mine from Transit ...
... relax and eat my lunch and read some books.
I wasted my time for the three hours and then they started boarding at 4:30. I was one of the first to get on to the plane which was nice to know everything was sorted and I could relax. It was a 6 hour flight to our first and only stop over, LAX. We only had one hour until we boarded again, which was just enough time to get a decent meal. I found a fairly ...
... aviators used it for record breaking flights in the pioneering days of aviation. It then became a Naval air station in 1942 and was the busiest military airport in the US during WWII. When it was decommissioned in 1972, it was then made into a National Recreation. The signage was poor but suddenly Ted said he saw a park ranger. Where? Sheree saw two young women with kaki pants on but thought they did NOT look like park rangers. Park rangers dressed ...
... I'm planning on sleeping in late tomorrow to visit the <b>9/11 Memorial Museum and pool,</b> then catch a tour bus to the <b>Metropolitan Museum of Art</b> to spend most of the noon hours at that venue. The <b>Flatiron Building </b>was the tallest building in NYC in 1902. ...
... atmosphere was electric. Every time the USA scored the whole pub started chanting “USA! USA!” It was so annoying when Varela scored Portugal’s equalizer in the 90th minute to make it 2-2 but at least it didn’t mean that the USA was out yet.
On Thursday we watched the final USA game in the first stages in McHales again. We had one eye on their game vs. Germany and another on the ...
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