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... three days, he warned me jokingly, was long enough to get into trouble. I grinned and assured him I would be no trouble at all. And, apart from a sneaky six-dollar visa waiver fee at the end, the whole thing passed off pretty much as I had expected. I slept on and off for the rest of the night and by morning we were driving past brown, depleted rivers, vanishing drifts of snow and field after field of spindly trees. A dense mist lay over the land and seemed to thicken ...
... cold by this point we made the necessary stop in Starbucks for a warming beverage before going to collect our City Passes. The New York City Pass, a wonderful little find discovered at 5am as I woke early and decided to search online for information about the tourist attractions. $178.50 (about £118) and we can now access every tourist spot in NYC you can think of at no extra charge. They had a wall of cards to give you discounts amongst which Hayley spotted a ...
... so had to run back to the flat to get them before it started which was a little stressful. The stadium was packed that night creating a great atmosphere. The Rangers stormed to victory 4-0 which meant that we got to sing the celebratory "Goal" song several times which we loved.
The next day Thomas went to work and Katie, John and I experienced a proper American breakfast at Market Diner opting for ...
Friday 12th September saw the arrival of Mother Penley and Thomas's sister Rachel. The weather was a beautiful sunny day so after a quick freshen up in the flat all four of us headed out for a walk around Central Park. On the way up we stopped off at my favourite cupcake shop, Baked by Melissa. Rach and Juliet loved their mini-cakes and it was a sweet start to their trip.
Before entering the park we walked through ...
... more of roped off lines before being channeled into the lift line. We go up in the lift to the 80th floor.....but wait, there's more! You have to exit this lift, then go through some more roped off areas to get to the lift which will take you the final 6 floors to the viewing platform. Yay! We feel like we should cheer! Out on the observation deck it is chilly but the view is worth the wait. Similar but different to the Top of the Rock, I think the Empire State view is much more serene. ...
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