Capri Whitestone Hotel
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... short river cruise, which is a great way to see downtown Manhattan and New Jersey. like I said the weather was perfect so I got some great pictures. I won't say that visiting Liberty Island was the most exciting thing I've ever visited, but it is a pretty amazing statue and worth visiting if you're in NYC. I ended my night by going to see Phantom of the Opera at Broadway. I couldn't come to NYC and not see a show. It was amazing, I only wish I hadn't been so ...
... that I went and explored the greatest city in the world, the streets are always busy and noisy.
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It is the night before the adventure to Botswana begins for nineteen young adults and four fearless leaders. This will be my second trip to Maun, Botswana, with Leadership Exchange. Two years ago I had the unique opportunity to travel to Africa with twenty teens, five college students, and two other adults to work with Bana Ba Letsatsi, a center that works with at risk youth in Maun, Botswana. We spent two weeks bonding with our peers at Bana Ba Letsatsi and having ...
... back to see Mayla to confirm all the flights and hotels. Looks like they won't be under a bridge in Rio now. Arrive at the Rockefeller centre early. They have to leave and come back. Cirsty comments that its not always good to be early. Right on 7.45 they head back. After several security checks the pair are in the elevator up to the 67th floor. They are amazed with how ...
... at the time was that none of us had read the book. This would be interesting. In the evening, we found a speakeasy in downtown (a secret bar). It was located through a dark alleyway and up some grey, metal stairs. The bouncer didn't look at us; his eyes glued to his book, as he asked us for ID. Inside, the wallpaper was red velvet with Victorian portraits of naked woman. Yes, I also felt this could have once been a brothel. They served strong cocktails in tea cups and saucers ...