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Day 1 Woke up early this morning, packed up and headed to the meeting point for our Top Deck Tour. The group is made up of 90% Aussies and a couple from Belgium. When we went around the bus and said a little about ourselves it was revealed that there are about 5 teachers from brisbane which we all thought was very amusing. After being on the road a couple of hours we pulled into Philadelphia. Such a pretty and clean city with lots to offer. We checked out the liberty bell then went ...
Today I went to the Hershey factory and me and Luke got a tT-Shirt with the Hershey logo Once we got to The Big Apple ( New York ) we drove to our hotel and got unpacked and we walked to a playground and then went to dinner and had baked ziti and pizza. After that we walked back to our hotel and went to ...
... we finished our packing and checked out of the hotel at noon. Another walk took us up to more shops in Chelsea and up to 5th Avenue, where we bought serviettes and visited the MOMA shop. We would have gone into the museum but the queues were long so we had a drink instead.
Phil called and we went back downtown to meet him for tea in a crazy american tea shop. Tiny and with about ...
... the amazing view and sunsets we get from our living room.
- The food, especially sushi and jumbo shrimp.
- Walking into any bar at any time in the day and having 6 TV’s each showing a different sport (something Thomas will miss far more than me).
- Getting loads of attention every time we open our mouths. Americans cannot get enough of an English accent.
What we are most looking forward to about being home:
- Becoming Mr and ...
On Sunday we walked the High Line and ate oysters and lobster at Cull and Pistol in Chelsea Market.
The boys had booked tickets to go and see the Rangers on Sunday afternoon so as I headed back to the flat they jumped off the Subway at Penn Station/Madison Square Garden. The match finished 4-0 (called a shut-out) with the Rangers beating the San Jose Sharks. How San Jose has an ice hockey team I’ll ...