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... and there were no dealers anywhere.
We got to the airport in the early evening to catch our flight back to Albuquerque. It was a pretty rough flight due to the number of storms we flew over. At one point there was an incredible lightning show underneath the plane. I can't decide if it was more cool or unnerving.
We arrived back in ABQ just before midnight, checked the car was still in one piece and promptly went to bed. ...
Today we fortunately had a late breakfast (8am). We packed our bags and loaded the buses to head to a huge mall for some shopping. It turned out to be a Westfield mall which made us think of home. This mall was so big it even had its own two storey carousel (see Mrs Van Der Zant's selfie).
Now we are at JFK airport waiting and waiting and waiting. Only 23 hours to go! See you ...
... those trips were mostly a few decades ago when I still had higher material expectations in life. Now that I have no desire to purchase anything I can’t eat what struck me most about Rockefeller Center was the numerous Art Deco style decorative details on the exteriors of many of the buildings, particularly flanking or set above the entrances.
I wanted to walk through Saint Patrick’s Cathedral since it’s been a few decades since ...
... see cool planes. Paid a bit extra to go to the space part and got to see the Enterprise (one of the retired US space shuttles). A great way to hide from cold sleety rain. Maybe the only museum I have read every single but of writing in. Did this while Mitch and gk went to the Harlem Globetrotters. -Natural history museum: just like night at the museum only bigger. Lots of interesting stuff. Almost too big. I think we only saw half of it and my attention span was ...
Another early start today, to make sure we made the most of our last day in New York. The rain was out in full force, so our waterproof jackets got their first proper test! We headed off first of all to Central Station. When we arrived we were both taken aback by the scale, and beauty of the place. The ornate architecture and beautiful ceiling were a real sight. We also tested out the famous Whispering Gallery (Google it!) and sure enough, from opposite ends of a ...
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