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... High Line. This consisted of a delicious Farmer's Salad and a mozzarella, sundried tomato and pesto panini, with fries. Yum. Accompanied by prosecco, we opened our first wedding present - the 'in case of wedding' card from the lovely Jack and El, which we'd carried with us since London. Thank you so much, it really meant a lot to read your beautiful words. Your wedding present went to a very good cause - lots and lots of celebratory prosecco!
We leeched ...
... t be able to. I ate nearly everything. Was very hungry. Worth the walk. Pastrami and corned beef were delicious. On walk back I found flea and farmers markets to look through. Atleast can buy lots of fresh food. Walking through Times Square was chaos again. Is weekend I spose. Friday night was extremely busy. Back at hotel resting feet. Will go out later as can't sleep anyway with constant honking, sirens, shouting and traffic. Don't know how people live ...
... department! After the park/zoo we hopped on the subway back to the hotel to pick up our luggage. With our luggage in hand we went back to the subway, took a detour and rode to the airport. My brother was being a bit slow and annoying because he couldn't manage the stairs and his suitcase very well. Here's something I've learned: If something bothers you enough, then personally fixing it goes a lot farther than just telling someone to quit it. So I took matters into my own hands; ...
... br> One last thing that is peculiar to New Jersey is that when you purchase petrol, you are not allowed to pump it yourself.
They have people that fill your tank for you. Being an old Union man, I find this refreshing, it must give thousands of people employment. (Still doesn’t make up for the tolls).
See you in Connecticut.
... s limbering up for a fight.
Finally my last day in DC arrived and it called for a trip to the zoo. The zoo was also Smithsonian so it was free, hurrah! And there was pandas there. I'd never seen a panda with my own two eyes and it's safe to say I was more than a little excited by the prospect. Almost oblivious to the pouring rain I pretty much skipped down the road towards the furry black and white lazies of the animal kingdom. And boy are they lazy! There was ...