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... that things we had not remembered to pack. When I was young and our family left for a trip, my dad would circle the block until we remembered what to go back home to get. We were both awake by about 6:00 (very unusual for both of us since retiring) and were on the road by about 8:00. Since it is Labor Day, we anticipated extremely heavy traffic but were pleasantly surprised to find that it was actually very moderate.
Yesterday after school we decided to see an Amarican Football game. We did not have any tickets, so we just headed to the stadium 90 minutes before the game should start to see if we could get some. Arriving near the stadium, there was a traffic jam. But we got the chance to buy 4 tickets from a guy walking around between the cars. He wanted 50$ for each card, but we knew it was pre-season and the ...
... do that again. Also, I think being a guide is a really cool job there. After rafting we went to flatwater Kayaking, because we wanted to do the water activities all together. We kayaked a long way down the river and back, and on our way back the weather changed from really sunny to windy and cloudy, and it got really difficult to paddle up the river.
Then we decided to get changed and go to the Mega zip ...
... or get a replacement plane was made and work began to fix the windshield. At about 11:00 we were told that repairs were completed but our original flight crew had to be relieved to prevent them from exceeding their maximum hours worked in 24 hour period, so we had to wait until the relief crew could be notified and all get on-board. Finally, we took off again at about midnight. We arrived at CDG in Paris at 2:00 p.m local time.... 7 hours behind ...
... back to Manhattan. On the news that night we learnt that in Staten Island a kid had been shot on the playground and a lady shot in her house. Downtown New York holds the 'high line' it is an old elevated freight rail transformed into a public park. It's 1.45miles long (around 2.3km) There are park benches and wooden deck chairs, flowers and trees everywhere - so green and luscious - It is so beautiful to walk through. There's also a section with some food trucks, it ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services