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... back that I am allowed to take the courses at Harvard for graduate credits, happy me! This is so convenient, next to the inconvenient paper I have to hand in with less than half the time, but yeah, still definitely going for it.
Next to that, I wrote some clinics in the States about internship possibilities and I have some appointments standing to call the University of Amsterdam (UvA), concerning internships abroad requirements and so on. I am also busy with ...
Up at 10:30. We packed most of our stuff the night before so we relaxingly finished off and check out of Hotel Azure at 11:40am.
We headed around the corner to 2 shots, a clothing store that we found that does Nicaraguan coffee. So we had good lattes and some cookies.
I looked up free things to do in NY as we a very poor now.. Haha.
We headed downtown to an African burial ground that was discovered during construction in 1991. 400 caskets ...
... after boarding. The fact that the flight attendants turned down the lights made it much easier for everyone to get some rest, even if it was a bit uncomfortable. A few had high hopes for watching up to 3 movies on the flight, but as soon as the lights dimmed, sleep won, and thankfully, it was a nice, smooth ...
... subway to the Rockofella Building and went 65 floors up to see the most spectacular view of New York City. It really was incredible and we got the perfect view of the Empire State Building and Central Park. Another great day in the Big Apple.
Day 5: We meet my friend Judit for coffee at a funky café in Brooklyn before ridding the subway to Upper Manhattan. Today was our trip through Central Park. What a cool park to stroll through. Kids playing baseball, ...
... right away. One of the workers drove me to the general vicinity of the grave sites. We walked and walked and walked looking at grave stones and the names etched on them. We could not find my great grandparents! How much more elusive could this search get?
The worker had me wait along the fence while he went back to get the big log book of names. He came back and set it on the ground to find names of people who are ...