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... so much fun. I was to busy watching the singers to be looking at the menu to lol. The leading lady that introduced people used to be in hairspray on Broadway that's how good they were at singing. One girl sang fergies "big girls don't cry" which obviously made me cry lol was quite fitting as id said to Bec I'm not putting mascara on this morning because there will be tears when I say bye later! After my nachos, vanilla and Hershey's shake & Mac and cheese bites ...
... 2 hours to get to there but I finally made it and went to the 86th floor observatory deck. The views were phenomenal! I could barely believe that I was so high up. After a bit of wandering I went back down again and discovered that I was about 3 blocks from the New York public library. Off I went, only to discover it closed at 6. I took some pictures of the outside and then headed to grand central station. This place was just crazy. Such a beautiful building and full ...
... amazing food, big laughs and great company...again equally as amazing weekend as I have ever had. In October it was off to Phuket for a week of Muay Thai boxing training...5 hours of training each day...super tough. And I got accepted into uni to start my Master in Humanitarian Assistance at Deakin University...excited, nervous, proud, doubt. And lastly, in November there was a day trip to Hobart for a surprise date at Mona and now a week in New York. This is my ...
... for many of the survivors. The audio guide informed me that this staircase saved the lives of hundreds of people. Another striking exhibit was the huge lengths of twisted metal which formed the exact point of impact where the first plane hit. If I had wanted to I could have reached out and touched it, although obviously I wouldn't. There was also a window from one of the planes. You can't help but wonder about the person who was sitting next to it on ...
... line subway to the World Trade Centre and Century 21 to shop, shop, shop.
First stop was the MAC Makeup counter at Century 21 and we were served by Desiree. What amazing service, she spent about an hour with us. We bought so much beautiful makeup. 3 Lipsticks, 2 BB creams, blusher, mascara and we're given gifts of 3 travel mascaras.... A fabulous experience.
We then had lunch across the road at ...
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