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We're on the move again now, heading south to some winter sunshine. We've been promised 15 degrees tomorrow. We're currently around 60 miles south of New York, almost on a latitude with Philadelphia.
We have two sea days coming up, with arrival into Fort Lauderdale anticipated for 7am on Thursday, 900 miles from here.
Nine days into this cruise already, which just leaves 20 days and 6257 miles left to ...
... a walk through Times Square en route for dinner at Five Napkin Burger. Katie and John loved seeing the bright lights and couldn’t believe they were actually in New York. I was also quite amazed as the largest interactive billboard ever on Broadway and in North America had just gone up. It covers an entire street block measuring 77.69 feet by 329.65 feet. You certainly can’t miss it. It’s a mystery how ...
... in America, I will be going to Central Park Zoo. Do you remember in Madagascar when the animals decide to escape from the zoo - that was the one in Central Park! They might not have lions and hippos there, but they do have snow leopards and red pandas, snow monkeys and sea lions and more.
Sending lots of love, a big hug, and a few tickles!
... endless tales about buses at the cost of a £25 phone bill !!! Very little discussion about the cruise so far but lots of tales about bus drivers not knowing where they are going and buses being missed out - apparently this isn't a problem unless you have an appointment. Once off the ship and through immigration after submitting ourselves to finger printing etc we walked from pier 90 up East 52 Street to Broadway and caught the hop on hop off ...
... from the Clark Street station and we were in photographer's paradise. We were on the banks of the East River over looking Brooklyn Bridge and the vista of Lower Manhattan. Wow, the view was immense. It was also very quiet and peaceful compared to the hustle and bustle of Manhattan. There were a number of other photographers down there who were all suitably kitted out with DSLRs and tripods and the new Pixel Stick that we found out about. Thankfully, this was not a touristy ...