Residence Inn White Plains
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... show, written by Tim Minchin and based on Roald Dahl's book was excellent and I'm sure they will do a production in Sydney at some time. The kids in the show are very talented and the adult leads were also great.
After the show we just went to a food court and bought the biggest slices of pizza we've ever seen but they were cheap and very nice, especially since we hadn't had a proper meal since breakfast. Got home at around 11:00 pm for a good night's ...
... We've been quite emotional this evening but I'm trying to think about it as little as possible. We have some more time before heading to the airport tomorrow so we're going to check out Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
I'll probably do a short entry before we fly home tomorrow and then a longer one to finish up with on the day we get back.
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... said the delays came from getting papers over to the consulate, and that once they received them, the turnaround was pretty quick. I watched her do what she said, keeping my passport in a small pile of others while everyone else’s were filed in a massive filing cabinet behind the desks. I also provided her with a printed copy of my flight information, to prove I needed the visa ASAP.
In a desperate attempt to move things along, I had a U.S. Senator’s office ...
... the city. We passed Central Park - home of the bird lady from Home Alone 2, and we saw the statues at the top end of the park that were featured in Enchanted (as was much of the rest of the park - like the fountain!). Our tour guide pointed out all the movie sites, and our memories were helpfully triggered by clips from lots of the films and TV shows. So we were shown a clip of Prince Edward, Nathaniel and Pip at the statues in Enchanted looking ...
... across the top of Central Park and then down to the Port Authority. It was a slow, but lovely ride.
Next obstacle - negotiating the subway. Most other places we have been Ed has been free on public transportation. We read the signs, asked people, looked the ticket machines and tried to work out whether Ed needed a ticket. Eventually Ian asked at a token booth and was told to read the sign. He explained that he couldn't see where on the sign the issue ...