Aka United Nations
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... during the aerial flyover of the race.
I like a country that gives a tax break to those who frequent cafés to encourage citizens to get out and talk. I like a country that frowns on brown bag lunches, and that encourages a fella to linger over his hot chocolate and croissant reading a book or the paper.
I like the soft vowels and quiet tones of spoken French. I like that there are flower shops and fruit ...
... are guaranteed shots of the Statue of Liberty en route. Loads of other tourists had the same idea too. We crossed the harbour and sailed majestically by the Statue under a cold and cloudy sky. The old girl was suitably blue and green and the occasional glinting sun highlighted her torch. We could look back at the Manhattan skyline; we've now become quite used to craning our necks upwards to the dizzying heights of some of the scrapers. It was good for once to see ...
... a short scavenger hunt with 10 tasks that would bring us to a few key places on the island. A semi-structured adventure - if you will - that leaves room for creativity and surprises.
Throughout the day, I saw so many things I had never before: subway acrobatics, the Staten Island Ferry, the National Museum of the American Indian, and the Bull on Wall Street.
We also learned ...
... as he screamed!!! There were also three women with body paintings of the US flag covering their baked bodies (they wore thing undies), Cam didn't understand why anyone would want to take a picture with them!! I told him to give it a few years and he would.
We went into the Disney store, M&M world, Hersheys and ToysRUs which had a ferris wheel inside and a gigantic roaring T-rex. It all proved too much for Ashton ...
... breakfast was lovely, she told me later - I was still asleep; fruit salad, orange juice and a muffin. Mr T had a crabby croissant. Veggie in future, I think, is the way to go.
When we landed and got through customs (no x-ray this time, thank goodness), we collected the luggage, caught the bus to Purple Parking and got the car back. I (tactfully) reminded Mr T what side of the road we should be driving on, and we set off. We were all tired and jet lagged, and it was a ...