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... bus tours though) so we walked under the friendship gate just to say that we had made it to one of them.
We had quite a bit of time so we made our way to City Hall and came across a square with giant dominos, chess pieces, monopoly pieces and features from some other games. We then found sanctuary at Love Square which had a fountain with a shallow pool around it. We had been told on the bus that ...
... about life in general and about myself. I began to wander out of my comfort zone and made every attempt to experience the country not as an outsider looking in, but as an active participant. I began to immerse myself in the culture instead of being a mere tourist. To me, to be truly immersed, one must learn and be sensitive to the customs and traditions of the people. Studying abroad in Costa Rica definitely allowed me to wander, explore and to ...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4z2DtNW7 9sQ ( obligatory listening whilst reading the entry)
So now we're both sunny state-side and enjoying the food, ease and language of traveling round the US. There was an emotional goodbye at Miami airport (Best airport in the world) as I waved Joe off on his plane to Orlando and I waited for mine to Philly. We made some plans to keep in touch and some contingency plans in case things went bottoms ...
... some cheese.
We were FINALLY allowed to check in and we had a nap.
We left our hotel at about 6pm and got the subway to the sporting complex where we saw the Philadelphia 76ers take on the New Orleans Hornets. It was an entertaining game, complete with the world's biggest t-shirt cannons (they reached people all the way at the back in the third level!) and a great comeback from the 76ers (they were down by 20) but unfortunately Philly lost.
... I thought Elizabeth/Seaport to be the same as Elizabeth but of course it wasn't ! This turned out to be a massive container port, going on for mile after mile, with not a direction sign to be had and 18 wheel monster trucks outnumbering stupid motorists in cars like me by at least 20 to 1. 1/9 was so grim that eventually I got worn down and gave up on 27. Forgive me Abe! I found myself on the NJ Turnpike. Surely this is Chris Rea's 'Road to Hell'? It makes the ...