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... ended up being the only purse not on sale in the whole place. So no deal. -M&Ms world: got to buy some more of my favourite white chocolate candy m and ms. Just as ridiculous as m and ms world everywhere else... -Toys R us Times Square. I had to go. They had a giant moving Jurassic park dinosaur and toys from just about every tv show you can think of. Also a huge barbie doll room. See pictures. Not like the tacky toy store in Adelaide. -Shopping in Meatpacking district ...
... to see if there were any left. HA! How naive or stupid we looked, so One Direction were performing which of course meant 11 yr old girls had been queuing for the past two days for these tickets, rocking up half an hour before sound check good plan girls. In summary, we were out of luck so decided to find something else to do. Having a quick glance at the Rockerfella tree, Sacs Fifth Av and other little bits we were completely overwhelmed with NYC! For the first day I think ...
... to QUALIFY again but this time for NYC. Finally the dream would happen in 2012.
Well it would have had the race not been cancelled the next year (first time ever in its history) for a hurricane (Sandy) that ripped through the Big Apple. I also happened to be injured...so I just is was just not my calling quite yet. Bummer!
The NYRR were deciding what to do with so many runners run out of their dream marathon opportunity. They offered a redo for 2013 or 2014 or a ...
... the stand by line, they started letting the stand by line in and we got to be 3rd and 4th from the front when they cut it as they got to full capacity - so gutted! Was worth the try though.
Day 4: Today we split up to do some separate sights. Marcus headed to the Intrepid Air, Space and Sea museum. This was set on an air craft carrier and had fighter planes, helicopters, a concord, submarine and the space shuttle Enterprise. Marcus loved the museum and would highly ...
... the queue to get back on the ferry was very long. And the view was just as good from the ferry. After visiting Ellis Island we made our way back to Battery Park and on another bus back to the hotel. After getting refreshed, we headed out for dinner at Planet Hollywood. The American guy serving us had worked in England, which turned out to be in Lush - Meg was pleased. After our meal we then made our way to the shops and found ...