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... would have been better than the sound of popping balloons…
We’ve been hanging out with Sylwia and Luke a fair bit. They came and met us in Brooklyn for brunch and then we headed to the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. It was so hot that of course we had to swing past Ample Hills for an ice cream. We also checked out the Brooklyn Night Bazaar where we played a few games of ping pong, had a few drinks, snacks, checked out some market stalls and tried our ...
... started to think about food as we had to eat before the show at 8. We got the metro to Times Square stopping to get some snacks for the theatre on the way. We are dinner at a pub style restaurant called O'Lunneys which was reasonably priced and delicious. We had to slightly rush dinner to ensure we arrived on time for the show which we arrived perfect timing for. Our seats were partially obscured by part of the staging however this had ...
... away or if we had to go through further inspection. We were all given the dreaded buttonhook test which passenger on the ship warned us about. Next was the Medical room. All of my family passed except my brother who was given a P on his clothing because he was short of breath. We had to leave him for now but I hoped he would make it through and be able to stay in America. ...
... pirates. The duct tape credit card I made. In cross-referencing the Camper's Village travel checklist, MEC travel checklist, Government of Canada checklist, and various year-long blog checklists, I noticed duct tape as a recurring theme. Google duct tape for travel and voila, you learn how to take an old library card and use it as a vehicle for storing duct tape.
Did a bit of research. It took a lot of time on the phone to notify all ...
Well after a late start (shocking!) we hit tons of traffic but actually made it to the airport only about 15 minutes later than we planned.
The ride seemed to take forever but a big THANKS to Keith for giving us and our luggage a lift to the airport, risking a 4 point ticket for blocking an intersection all to get us to our flight on time.
And another big THANKS to Aunt Barbara who contacted her British Airways connections and was able to get ...