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... of the UN and there are NYPD traffic police officers on most corners supplementing the traffic lights. We saw large numbers of police cars and vans along our route and could hear helicopters in the sky. As always, there was the constant tooting of car horns and police sirens. On our way back to the hotel we had our best coffee in the US so far –at a place called Delecto – we also succumbed to a berry tart (David) and lemon meringue ...
... jacks, although the milkshake was really gross, the hash browns were alright. Now I'm sitting watching the planes take off, it actually looks pretty cool. I have seen the plane I'm going on and it is massive!! I feel a bit anxious but I think I'll be okay. When we got on the plane, the flight attendants were really lovely, i got really excited to know I was going to America! There is not much space ...
... forward. But as long as you stay relaxed, it is fine. We've already visited so much different things, and slowly we get used to the pulse of this intense city.
The view from our apartment is truly insane. We were so lucky to get a stay in a big building in Queens (sorry Christoph, it's not Brooklyn), with direct view at the complete skyline of Manhattan. We've never seen something like that before. Every evening we sit at the rooftop and enjoy the ...
... next morning we went to Katz Deli to enjoy eggs and bagels or in Edd's case a ginormous philly cheese steak sandwich for breakfast. The rain was really coming down then so we took a subway (a big achievement – I hate the NY subway and always find it confusing) uptown to the American Natural History Museum, the sort of random thing we'd do on our travels and somewhere a little different I'd wanted to see. It's so enormous, and some of it ...
... friends to support me, but while I'm travelling, I'm relatively alone. I'm looking forward to getting to Philadelphia, an then my other stops as I will be with my friends who I can lean on a little. I wonder if I would feel this way so much if I wasn't bipolar, and of course curse that as well. My travel loneliness has also got to the point where I don't really want to go to Mexico, Cuba and Jamaica anymore, and just want to fly home to my family. But then ...