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... as to Harlem and around Central Park. We didn't get off - just did the full loop and head back to Times Square. Was a great way to see the outter places of New York - some places I might question going by myself at night. After this we were starving so went and smashed some Subway - it's pretty much the same Dad except cheaper so you would love it! We then headed downtown to Battery Park where you catch the Staton Island Ferry (for free!). You don't catch the ...
... Native people who originally lived on Staten Island and about the 17 year Cicada. The 17 year Cicada is a special Cicada that only come out every 17 years. These Cicadas are different to normal Cicadas that you find in your back yard. They hibernate in the ground for 17 years, then they come up and mate. They lay eggs in the ground and then die. Millions and millions of cicadas do this at the same time. This ...
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Buses: $35 - Cash only
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... Macy’s where I swear you need combat gear just to get through that place. It’s like a massive Myers and claims to be the biggest store in the world (although our movie tour guide told us that they’ve now built a bigger one in Korea).
Our last day was on Saturday which we’d dubbed “Museum Day”. 3 museums in one day which I strongly don’t recommend.
We went to Guggenheim which we ...
knackered, need to e up at 5:30 (again!) for work....but thought i'd jot down a few lines. Great day at new hosp, loadsa new stuff learnt, mainly theory stuff, which was good to finally get my hed around. Then my host took me to an Ethiopian restaurant where you eat with your hands and mop up your food with the spongey bread!! It was really nice. It had a jazz band playing (my host's son normlly plays with them too), they were good. On the way home we drove down College Ave. ...