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... because it was such a touristy thing to do. However, we were tourists and this was an opportunity to get it done in time we didn’t know what to do with. Second, it would be time-consuming, effortlessly getting us to 1.30pm.
There was a full security check before you could get on the ferry to Liberty Island. Now, Mrs Henry and myself had been subjected to one airport security check after another in the last thirty-odd hours, an endless loop, so we passed ...
... Rhys in London and we had met many a time to watch the football. Trouble is Ryan is a Tottenham supporter the arch enemy to Arsenal! Oh well I somehow got myself past this abberarion and organised to meet Ryan for a beer or 3 somewhere this afternoon. Ryan lives in New Jersey just over the Hudson River from Manahattan and was in the centre for a broadway show so it all worked out pefectly. We met right near the New York town hall which is situated right near the start ...
... enthusiasm at $2 a piece. A drunken dinner at Pat’s favourite Indian with his brother, friend and their significant others then we returned to McSourley’s for some more cheap beers without the smile in a cosy place with no bare wall space to be found. We said goodbye and parted ways once again.
The next day I met up with Harry and to escape the concrete jungle in Central Park. We had a hilarious day of tandem bike adventure and photography fun that was probably ...
... so what' you may think! Well interesting because Every Shop was a handbag shop. They all appeared to be genuine and have different stock, but it was too early for them to be open so,I could not take and more interest. The High line is a walk along a disused railway track, which is 30 ft above ground. a lovely oasis in this busy city. It is very popular and there were many tourists, locals and school children enjoying the walk. It is cared for ...
... not so good points. I liked most of the visual, although they sometimes got too pleased with their ability to spin the universe in front of your eyes. The bit on magnetic fields was very helpful, especially as I've been doing so much work trying to understand those. But there were lots of random bits "Hey, here's the path of Voyager!" that lacked narrative structure. Still, I enjoyed it a lot.
We then had a little ...
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