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... my seat slightly wet thinking nothing over it - well wasn't I lost in the bush! The ride started, the room filled with flashes of light and plumes of smoke. Followed by a stream of water! (Should have seen that coming!) After being released from this ride the water continued. The heavens opened up and everyone scrambled for cover. We decided that a little rain wouldn't drown our fun day (it was pretty heavy to be honest) so without raincoats we moved to the next ride but found ...
... dyed different colours throughout the year to commemorate / celebrate events (e.g. pink for breast cancer awareness month, purple for Lupus awareness ("it’s never Lupus"), blue to commemorate police officer fatalities). Unfortunately the fountain was switched off when we were there due to the icy weather but I imagine on a summer’s day it is really pretty. New York apparently has a bigger version of the LOVE sculpture so we will have ...
· Insufficient sodium, this really is ideal as there is a recommended amount of 6 grams a day. This really is similar to a tsp per day. Superior intakes of sodium are connected to a greater likelihood of having hypertension and heart disease.
· Gluten free, a minority of people Globally are not able to endure gluten. It is a proteins found in wheat and rye. Typical foods by way of example loaf of bread, ...
... having a party in the hallway, and then a Mother with her two children arrived in the room next door, at about midnight, speaking rather loudly. (She kept telling them to 'be quiet, because she wasn't 'in the mood'' - just put them to bed, I say!)
Eventually, we all got differing amounts of sleep, and it was time to wake up to the first official day of our US adventure! We were very grateful to find a little coffee ...
... is that I now have first-hand experience of what happens when you need to get an emergency passport. As tough as the experience was, the solution to the problem was not really too bad -- I'm sure many others have had it much worse. And now I can advise others on what to do and not do to prevent them from having the same fate.
Thanks to everyone who read the blog and followed my adventures! :-)