Holiday Inn Hazlet
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... about a week later, we boarded a train in Germany bound for Amsterdam. Once settled in our seats, we recognised a loudish voice with an American accent and could not believe that once again we had come across Lizz. - same train, same carriage, same destination. A coincidence certainly, but perhaps not uncommon when considering the amount of people travelling at any one time across Europe. However, there was to be more to this second chance encounter. A ...
Up late thank god! Open the few presents we had for each other - the boys got their main Christmas presents before we left Perth. Relaxing morning at the hotel, setup new iPads and pack bags (had to break out a duffel bag to handle the extra stuff bought in NYC) for leaving tomorrow. Off to Central Park which was excellent again, we didn't ...
... walking the area back to the Woolworth building.
We then enjoyed a fascinating tour of the lower levels of the building. It's generally closed to the public, so we were treated to some rarely seen areas, which were pretty cool.
Bob enthralled the group with his knowledge of the history of the building and the personalities involved in building it and making sure it remains in place today.
After the tour we enjoyed a muffin and hot chocolate.
... steel skeleton. Listening to some of the stories was a great reminder to how the Statue of Liberty was/is such a powerful image for so many people. We went inside the building for our trip up the inside of the statue to the pedestal level, unfortunately we couldn't go up to the crown, you needed to book well in advance for that. We got some great views from the pedestal though and were kinda glad we didn't have to climb way more stairs to the crown. We than ...
... catch the ferry we saw a man wearing a "Play Rugby USA" t-shirt. We were both wearing our All Black shirts. We stopped and chatted for sometime. He is an Australian who has been living in Manhattan for 11 years. He came over to play rugby and got himself a job promoting rugby amongst disadvantaged kids. He said women's rugby is strong here, maybe because there's no preconception that it's a man sport. He said they recently hosted a NZ Maori men's team. We selected the ...