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... it is the best way to get around NYC and surrounding boroughs but we have also been assured by the locals that it is safe to use late at night (not sure about the north bound trains to the Bronx though).
We was prepared for the cold with long johns, hats, gloves, winter boots and coats but when we exited the subway onto 35th street......man the cold hit us. Our teeth were chattering as we tried ...
... s ski, I pay attention to the hydro poles on the trail side and realize that this entire route is lit at night. In total they must have at least 25 km of lit trail on site. There is a fair bit of elevation change as I climb to a ridge and then follow it for several km.I keep searching for a lookout but the trees are too dense to get a clear panoramic view from the trail.
The sun shines for a half an hour and bathes the trees and trail with a that ...
... trail. About 45 minutes later I was crossing the Ounasjoski River bridge at the edge of the city.
Mining and lumber are the two big industries in the region. Tourism is growing as well.
Consulting Wikapedia I learned that 90 % of the buildings in Rovaniemi were destroyed in 1944 by a retreating German army practicing a scorched earth withdrawal from the region. The prevailing architecture that confronts me today as ...
... Hannah and Jordan. He was trying skating for the first time. I really enjoyed the exercise and Jordan progressed from barely creeping along the perimeter of the rink to venturing farther onto the ice surface with some momentum.
I skated for slightly more than an hour and quit at the same time as the English couple. We headed off for some drinks at the bar “Molly Malone” right next to the rink. It was classic British pub style. ...
... there was a free room in the hostel from tomorrow.