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... to know she was! We took the free ferry (more free rides!) to Staten Island instead of Ellis Island as there was a 2 hour wait to go to Ellis Island and also if we wanted to climb the statue the wait was even longer - like some time at the end of October!
With the "Statue of Liberty" ticked off the list Aaron was very keen to hit the shops and find the DC store. So we hopped back on the New York Subway and headed back uptown to ...
On the trip home, we had time for one more stop. Outside of Pittsburgh, deep in the Appalachian Mountains sits Frank Lloyd Wrights masterpiece named Fallingwater. As you may have noticed, we generally don't visit museums or cities on our trips. We are more about the great outdoors and finding our inspiration in nature. This is exactly how Frank Lloyd Wright designed this home. He drew his inspirarion from the natural beauty on ...
... for renovations. Randomly popped our heads into a cigar shop, full of blokes toking away on massive fat cigars like king kongs fingers in this brilliant old styled wooden room with brass staircases and walls lined with various expensive cigar boxes. The shopkeeper with his slicked back black hair and posh fitted suit followed us around answering any questions we had ...
... it is going to be fairly expensive.
The first day or so I just walked around the city, taking in all the sights (and smells!) I also did alot of shopping, but all boring things that I need to take with me to camp so unfortunately the most exciting part was deciding which colour towels I should buy!
On Friday I walked the Brooklyn Bridge, I really wish we did this last year because it was actually a lot of fun! I got the train across ...
... before going to watch Matilda at Shubert Theatre on Broadway - really entertaining. After the theatre at 10:55 we visited the top of the Rockefeller Centre and saw New York by night - stunning to see it all lit up, although a little cold! Day 4 - our last full day - started very early as we set alarms for 7am to get ready and hire bikes to cycle around Central Park. This was really straightforward and once we'd got our bikes we cycled to the Park and stopped a few times ...