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... early so I thought I would take a taxi to the hotel. A big mistake because traffic was very bad. So I left my bag at the hotel and went straight out on the subway to JFK. This took an hour but Tom's flight had only just arrived so it was still a 30 minute wait for him to arrive. The taxi back to an hour and we were sorted out in the hotel by 6. We just went out locally and found a convenient pub for a pint and a snack before Tom faded away from jet lag. So, to bed by ...
... a lump to your throat. The centre is next door to the No 10 ladder of the FDNY. As we exited the sirens went off and the engine pulled out of the station and the firefighters jumped on board. Pauline was excited to say the least.
To finish the day off we travelled back uptown to Times Square for a burger, fries, beer and a cocktail in O'Donoghues.
... our tour ended, and we loved being shown around New York by Aaron (great guide). Our next stop was a visit to the Rockefeller Centre to try and visit the Observatory deck. When we got there we encountered a very large queue and found out we couldn't get to the deck until later that evening, so our plans had to change pretty quick! We booked for the next day instead, made a quick change of plans and headed to Macy's the department store. It was ...
... checked in, found my room, unpacked, then downloaded and sorted pictures. I repacked my bags and updated. I used the WiFi a bit and then headed downstairs for the meeting. First of all i walked around the block, then headed back to the hotel and started to meet the people from this group. Soon the tour manager arrived – Blake. He was the trainer that trained my first US tour manager. We started the meeting – it was the usual contiki meeting type ...
... because at 5.30pm we were meeting in Harlem for a tour and gospel service. The tour was pretty cool; there's a lot of pretty architecture in the area, a lovely university (sorry, 'college'), and a nice little park. I even managed to video 2 cute little squirrels play-fighting, because really, who doesn't want to see that!
We got to the church where they were holding the gospel service. I felt a bit awkward at this point, simply because 98% of the ...