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Hello lovely family and friends.
Our time in the USA is over. It's been wondrous and a huge dream come true. We'll be vacating our hotel in just over an hours time to trek to the airport for the first leg of our journey back to the land of warmth... And serious humidity if I'm to believe all the reports.
If you'd like to follow our flights here are the deets:
JFK-DXB (EK204): ...
... in a day and paid the full recommended price we would fork out $100 just to look at old stuff, maybe if we were idiots. The statue is very impressive though not as large as we thought it would be, and Ellis Island was extremely well done and informative but a little too long. We arrived back to Manhattan just after 2:00pm and found another pizza joint before catching the train up to the Highline. The Highline is a walking park situated on one of the old elevated train lines. ...
... keyboard), a Scandinavian restaurant (the word means 'open-faced sandwich' in Swedish). Again, we chose the salmon entrée, and Jens had a Carlsberg beer. And again we weren't disappointed.
We finally caught subway line 6 and arrived at our destination for the day, the 9/11 Memorial site and museum in lower Manhattan. The site is surrounded by new construction as the area is being rebuilt to replace buildings lost in ...
... middle classes, who were in the process of emancipating themselves from the model provided by the aristocracy and were searching for ways in which they could express themselves individually in art, architecture and music.
Against this background the members of the artists’ association ‘Secession’ and Vienna’s Kunstgewerbeschule, the college of arts and crafts, founded the Wiener Werkstätte (Vienna Workshop) in 1903. ...
... Arthur Ashe stadium (only 17 rows from the court) and saw Roger Federer playing Marinko Matosevic, the young Australian from Melbourne. The Australian played well but was beaten by Federer. Then Serena Williams played Taylor Townsend, winning easily. Michael Jordon – the American basketballer was a guest of Federer and was sitting with Mrs Federer in front of us. It was now 10.30pm and a long walk back to ...