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... the Empire State Building. Mum stayed at the hotel with the children because it was late. It was midnight when we went up. We went on the sky ride on the way up which is a simulator taking you around New York (narrated by Kevin Bacon) it was good fun. The views at the top of the tower were brilliant. The sky line at night was a wonderful ...
... Soulsby - 4mph or over 6km/ hr !!! V elegant tracker too. Hope the tide keeps working for you.
Anita van Eijndhoven - Wow Bryan, you're flying along. Good luck, stay safe and enjoy
Billy Dyer - Good luck Bryan
9:20 Bryan took a feed of shake. Nice stretch of river coming up to High Bridge. The city's oldest standing bridge it has a footbridge over the top. It has been shut for over 40 years and only just reopened on 9th June 2015. Built ...
... didn't want. I decided I stunk, my nose was already itchy and tingling cos of this cold and the perfume made it worse. So I came home, showered and went to bed. I then woke and got myself organised to go to see On The 20th Century on Broadway...I was beyond excited. It did not disappoint. Kristin Chenoweth was absolutely incredible and seeing her do her thing on Broadway caused me to have one of that "what the heck ...
... Sawick for making this a most memorable and profound spiritual experience for me. A special thanks to our tour guide Victor….you are truly an amazing man.
Ms. Sawick- This is my first time to the Galapagos Islands but not to Quito. One of the highlights of the trip was the early morning walk to the Lagoon. It was breathtaking. Another and more meaningful highlight was watching the students completely disconnected from their electronic devices ...
... times and been grateful recipients of Mal's cooking, and also tried out some of the thousands of NY eating places, including lovely French breakfasts at Lafayette, and Buvette, a paella with lobster (!) at Cafe Espagnol, and a negroni and pasta at Torino. George's 63rd birthday on January 7 was cause for some of the above, and his birthday took an extra surprise turn. We were heading to MOMA, to see the Matisse cut-outs exhibition. The route we took, on a different subway as ...