Best Western Bar Harbour Inn
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... She worked in tower 2 however was not there on the day for whatever reason. She instead worked on the relief effort and assisted the workers who dug through the rubble. Brooklyn Bridge was lovely though. I mean it's just a bridge but it was nice to walk down. We went to an SNL exhibition after that. I found it boring but it was ok at ...
... to the village in Pluzine where I am to meet my guide early tomorrow morning to go camping, hiking and rafting on the Tara River.
1750 hrs: Austrian Airlines flight OS88 JFK to Podgorica, Montenegro with a connection in Vienna, Austria.
... off to the side in what I imagined was the agnostic, sceptical area for the eternal fence-sitters. I am endlessly fascinated by religion, but have little inclination to actively believe in God within my personal life. But still, I do so love to be in houses of worship, to receive nourishment from the faith of others, to open up my mind to the things I don't understand or have answers to, whatever form these questions might take- whether God or chance or destiny or ...
... Nelson Jackson and Sewall K Crocker drove a car called The Vermont from one side of the US to the other. On the way they acquired a little dog called Bud. The car didn't have a roof or a windscreen and the dust irritated poor little Bud's eyes so much he got his own pair of goggles. Cute! And now the car itself is in the museum.
There was also the original star spangled banner on display in a dimly lit room where no photography was allowed. Sorry folks. It ...
... the Airtrain into JFK. By missing the rush hour traffic, we made this journey quite quick and stress-free. Happily, Virgin Atlantic were willing to put us on an earlier flight out of JFK, landing at the crack of dawn in Heathrow. It was a swift flight aided by strong following winds and, despite a delayed departure out of JFK, we landed at Heathrow at 6:30, ready to face the rigours of the M25 and M40. Home by 10:30 a.m.