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Today we made our grand exit from Manhattan and pushed onward to The Bronx, what a bad idea that was! To start off our day we had to wake up to let the exterminator in to spray between 7am and 8am. Virginia being the awesome friend she is was the first to wake up; we put our beds up and began to lounge around surfing facebook while we waited for him. Once he came in, sprayed and left, we all brought our beds back out and fell back to sleep for ...
Today was a fun day. I slept in until 1pm to make sure my cold went away which it did and before meeting up with my friend, Dan, I'll spent some time picking up some last minute camera items at B&H. I'm going to miss this shop, its seriously the best. Its such a fun place.
Dan and I chatted for a while at the Starbucks in Soho. Dan told me he got offered the job at Hunter College which is awesome news. Means he can teach in ...
... pack and Steve carried me half the way home. Also, a nice man on the subway gave me his umbrella to use as a makeshift crutch.
We'd booked in a few walking tours, and I didn't want to waste the passes, because they are expensive (and were non-transferable at this point), so Steve went out the next day and bought me a cheap set of crutches and we went to do a walking tour of Central Park TV and Movie sites. It was great. That afternoon, we did the Broadway walking tour. ...
... southern, and eastern Europeans into the United States. After being
greeted by the Statue of Liberty and processed at Ellis Island, these immigrants
purchased tickets and boarded trains, at the CRRNJ Terminal, that took them to
their new homes throughout the United States. The Terminal served these
immigrants as the gateway to the realization of their hopes and dreams of a new
life in ...