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Got up and went to our ferry for our trip to New York, unfortunately it was closed! Now what, we decided to walk to another ferry, and on the way we saw a train stop and I talked to a passenger and he told us to keep walking to the subway station into New York. It was a little walk but finally saw the station, bought our tickets and got on the subway. Got off on 33 st close to Rockefeller Square. We started walking. We had reserved 4 bikes on 56th st. We walked by Radio ...
I went to see Johnny's Dance Band tonight. I've been a fan of the group since the very beginning. I saw the band's first performance at John & Peter's Place in New Hope, PA in 1973. I had no idea who they were at the time. Four of us had just wandered in and they happened to be ...
... as well from Sandra Day O'Connor's robe to a place where you can see yourself taking the Presidential Oath of Office. Kids loved that. But we saved the best for last. They have a rather large room with life size bronze statues of all the signers of the US Constitution talking among themselves. You could almost hear them making their points to one another. Got my pic taken between George Washington and James Madison (the Father of ...
... who knows why its better then! but it was $7 to get from New York to Philadelphia, a 2 hr journey. it was comfortable with the 2 seats to myself, and free wifi and power sockets too!
As soon as I got off the bus I felt an overwhelming amount of relief! the hostel was a short walk, and not too bad with my new case with wheels!
I am now sitting outside the "franklin fountain" having the most amazing ...
It was snowing heavily when I checked out of my hotel. I caught a cab to the train station and bought a ticket back to New Haven. In spite of the snow, the trains were running on time and I didn't have to wait long for my train.
The snow was much heavier by the time I arrived in New Haven. I dragged my luggage through the snow back to where I had parked my car. It ...