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... coming out of nowhere, tour boats pulled out of Liberty Landing to take tourists to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, the massive Staten Island Ferries ploughed through everything without a care, the barges called to tell you what side they were passing you on, and the tankers loomed overhead. The worst were actually once again the powerboats who came far too close and gave us incredible wakes. Smokey had enough and went inside for safety, and he was ...
... way to the Hard Rock Cafe (that's 3 I've now been to in the states) and there was a big group of school kids so when they, for some reason, played 'Let It Go' and 'What Does The Fox Say' everyone was singing and clapping along and it was hilarious. They then played Slipknot straight after which made it even funnier. It was about 7pm by the time we'd finished eating and we were wiped out so we made our way back to the ...
... quick after that, although I think the boys were still raring to do something. As it is, it's already 11:15 pm as I write this and we do have to be up for our all access tour of the ship tomorrow morning, so I'm going to call it a night. *not sure how or why, but we've got cell service out here on the ocean, so I was able to email today's picture to my iPad and upload them here. I'll probably get dinged somehow later, but for now let's see if this ...
... the plane. I then waited by a charging center for the my flight to Frankfort, Germany. I boarded the plane. Scored a nice aisle seat and said a prayer as the plane went up into the sky. During the first two hours I watched a movie and then I tried getting some sleep after. I could not get comfortable on the plane it was so annoying. I probably slept a little over three hours on the ...
There's a little pit in my stomach. I've never flown internationally on my own and it's an unsettling feeling of being nervous and excited at the same time. I said my goodbyes and I'm sitting at my departure gate. Mom dad and con came to see me off. David had an awesome interview with JP Morgan that trumped my leaving. That's okay though, one less souvenir I have to bring home =P I can see my airplane out of ...