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... could get some sleep before his 330am wake up. I'm all packed up and ready to go now. I've had great fun over the last 8 weeks and got to do some really amazing things. It's been really nice to have 2 months off after what has been a gruelling 5 years of med school, and a great way to end my time at university before starting the big bad world of work. I certainly won't be able to do anything like this for a long time to come, so I've tried to take advantage of everything I ...
Today, I went to church. I ended up going to The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine with Kelti.
Getting to the church was an adventure. Kelti and I had planned to go to this church early. we found out what subway we had to get off at and everything like that. So we got onto the subway to head up there.
We had to go past many stops, as the church we quite a far way away, north of Central Park. As we got closer, there was an ...
... around, we finely found a place called "Cosi". This food was really good. I really enjoyed the place.
We then walked to Washington Square Park that was on the way to the theatre where Hand to God is playing. This park had a giant arch, which is called Washington Square Arch. We took a group photo here with everyone, then continued on the theatre.
Hand To God was a very different show.
... the Cort Theatre, to see the second show that Sir Ian and Sir Patrick were in, No Mans Land. We sat in roughly the same spot as yesterday when we saw Waiting for Godot. This play was by Harold Pinter.
It wasn't my favorite play in the world, but it was still amazing to see these to wonderful actors on stage. The chemistry they had together was amazing!
After the show, we had a talk back with them. I saw people leaving from the main ...
... and honor to the nearly 3,000 people killed in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 at the World Trade Center site, near Shanksville, Pa., and at the Pentagon, as well as the six people killed in the World Trade Center bombing in February 1993.
The Memorial's twin reflecting pools are each nearly an acre in size and feature the largest manmade waterfalls in the North America. The pools sit within the footprints where the Twin Towers once ...
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