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... could say where they wanted their loved ones' names put and who alongside. Those who were part of an organisation could have the name of their organisation noted also.
We decided to try and get into the museum. There were queues stretching for miles by the ticket office and a much shorter queue to purchase tickets from two machines. We opted for the shorter queue and were then ushered into another queue to ...
... up, we ate at a restaurant close to our hotel, which offered a fusion Spanish / Chinese cuisine. Odd. We started with some dumplings - no dim sims over here, and while I went Chinese spicy chicken, Robyn went with a broiled sea food platter - a combo of mussels, prawns, calamari and fish. She didn't finish it...
We were given fortune cookies on our way out:
Robyn .....Attention is the mother of memory
Jonathan.....Depend on your feet, you can climb the highest mountains
... and it was better than the United Club Lounge. Soups, meats, snacks, cookies and a full bar. We will stay here till we board our plane.
The Airbus 340 is quite a plane with seats that became beds. They reclined into 4 different positions. We were in seats C1 & 2 Business Class, so had plenty of room for the 8 hour flight.
Will try to sleep! ...
... sits atop a11-pointed star shaped structure, once the walls of Fort Wood. Thanks, France, she’s quite a gal! We are told that immigrants coming into Ellis
Island gave a rousing cheer as they saw Lady Liberty welcoming them to their new land.
Three fearless souls in our party ventured to the top of the Empire State Bldg. for a bird’s eye view of the world, At one ...
On the move Next stop was Washington D.C
We had booked a bus from NYC to Washington so after walking basically the whole of New York with our massive backpacks and our feet nearly disintegrated we found where the bus would pick us up. We were first in que to get good seats ready for our 5 hour journey to Washington D.C.
($10 from NY all the way to D.C what a deal cheers megabus and it had wifi!)