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... They aren’t big on road maintenance. The amount of potholes, even in Washington DC, is quite something. Quote from Alex. “Their roads are shocking, quite frankly, shocking.”
2. 2. They aren’t big on indicating. Letting others know your intentions is very low on their priority list. We would be more than willing to let people into our lane. They just have to let us know they want in! Turning corners, changing lanes, going around roundabouts, ...
... you call it. I don't got no Instagram. If I don't have the account I don't expect to have my picture up there. So please no pictures of jean'. 'You can ask me any question you want. I will probably know the answer. If I don't I will get one of these young ones to google it on them smart phones. Wikipedia teaches me something every week in this place.' The guide was probably the highlight of the tour. The building was beautiful and we got to see where the ...
... day. The ones who live in New York City. You need some serious moxy/cahoonas to do it. Every day. To be able to live and survive in a city like this takes some doin’. Good on ‘em!
We loved Chelsea Market, the “Mafiaesque” Columbus Day Parade, the 9/11 Memorial, Central Park, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island but we really really loved the High Line. It was originally built by the NY Central Railroad between 1929 and 1934 to ...
This morning I went for a walk with Becca and Wally through some of the neighbouring streets. We walked past some beautiful homes and one mega monster that is still under construction, rumoured to be costing about $20m. Some time was spent re-packing our bags and relaxing in the backyard before Tom dropped us at the station. This morning we saw gophers as well as squirrels in the garden. Both look pretty cute but they are ...
... from where I was (Chemistry class, freshman year at UK) to where my friends and I spent the next 4 hours glues to the TV (Tolly Ho, the old location on Limestone, not the new location on Broadway). We read names and saw the ages of the victims and it definitely impacted the both of us.
Back on the subway we had time for one more landmark and so we stopped at Arlington National Cemetery. There we soaked up a little more ...