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Day 13 - We woke up early and walked to the place from our hotel for the bus to pick us up for our trip. We caught our connecting bus and got onto our main bus and set our on the 3 day bus trip. The first attraction that we saw were the secret caves. We walked down to the bottom and saw a waterfall. We went onto the bus ...
This blog is ultimately picking up where my NY blog left off (which isn't actually up yet,but will be soon!), so feel free to look at the adventures of my week leading up to today! *Disclaimer* This post is a bit long but there are videos and pictures to go with it. :D Today my sister, Brandi, and I woke up pretty early (early being 9:30 because Presley, her roommate, tried to wake us up at 8 and I passed right back out). Once we finally got out of bed, Brandi, Presley and threw ...
... black and the new it place to be! A second pizza sampling stop complete with a different thicker crust then saw us heading out to Coney Island, a famous New York fairground and home to the National hotdog eating contest (62 hotdogs in ten minutes by a guy called “Big Tony” was the record) for a cruise along the boardwalk overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
Grabbing our luggage from storage, we again met up with John and Lisa and after a bit of difficulty hailing ...
... past 6:30pm. I rested a short while, then headed out to look for a restaurant for dinner. I went to a Zagat rated restaurant for the 'best' hamburger in town with beer, but it was a ...
... plus tip. We could see the Empire State and Manhattan bridge, I felt like Carrie Bradshaw. After the rooftop bar we went to a Brooklyn hot spot, a funky South African bar that served deliciously tasty cocktails.
Day 3: Sunday is a great day to explore the markets. We walked in the glorious sunshine to Williamsburg, Brooklyn, a hip area right on the waterfront which reminded me a lot of East London. Lots of cool cafés, street art, vintage cars, NY bagel shops, we even past ...