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Today we left Philly on a 10.15am Greyhound - Peterpan coach for NYC. The ride only took 2 hours and was reasonably comfortable. Touching down in NYC around half 12 where we caught the metro up to 103 st to our hostel, HI NYC. Completely different to our one in Philly, this was larger and less personal, whereas in Philly people chatted and free coffee was available. Only being here a few hours it's hard to comment, we've chatted to two Australian girls and another from the UK ...
... tickets for Les Miserables at 7:00pm. Went back to the hotel for our wine and hors d'houvres then off to the show. Another terrific show.
On checking e-mails on the Wi-fi an email from mom has let us know that Dad passed peacefully last night. She requests we don't change our travel plans so will finish the trip then probably make a trip home. Sad day.
... world at one time. Now it's just a twisted, rusting lump of metal and cables.
The most shocking part of the museum is an exhibit showing personal effects from some of the victims. The one that sticks in my mind was a wallet belonging to a young British man who had lost his life in the attacks. It was covered in white dust and must have been found on his person. It was openly displayed, showing his driving license, a twenty pound note and a ...
Wednesday 10th September 2014, Day 42 of 50: We have a tour booked of the United Nations Building at 11.15am. Lots of construction going on outside - we are told later that this is the part of the Capital Master Plan upgrade costing $1.9b and taking 5 years to complete. The section in the Secretariat Building is expected to be finished in 2 weeks so meetings can take place. ...
Well, what a start to our day! All slept well and caught up (possibly with exception of Rick, who will catch up tonight!).
Breakfasted and Rick put some bread to toast but forgot it and it burnt - neck min - smoke alarm started beeping but after a minute it stopped so we all relaxed. We could still hear a bell ringing but I decided it was the school bell so didn't worry too much. Fire engines then came down the street which we watched ...