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The final city in our amazing journey. And what a way to end, in the Big Apple. New York is everything it's talked up to be and then some. Most of the time New York is an amazing city. In December leading up to Christmas, it is magical. Each day brought us something new; something crazy; something we will never forget. We made our way to New York …
I took a walk around Hoboken in the morning partly to see the sights but also to get a haircut and print my ticket at the library. Before I got going I stopped by my car and had a pleasant surprise. Apparently when taking things out of my car yesterday I dropped a small notebook that I have been tracking expenses in. Someone found it and placed it in the handle of my car. Not an action I would expect in the city but I'm now more impressed by Hoboken than ...
... learned that two conjoined pieces of steel beam from the infrastructure of the towers fell to the ground and landed upright in the shape of a crucifix. Even as an atheist I think that's pretty freaky!
We saw many artefacts. Too many to talk about here, but I'll mention a few more. We saw a Rheingold beer can, which was one of hundreds recovered. These beers cans are from the 70s when the World Trade Centre was built. They were drank by the construction workers ...
... amount of time in Footlocker! Who knew two little girls could be so impressed with runners. We sampled a hotdog from the street vendor, tick - never again - and eventually extracted ourselves to the City Sights bus, another 100% tourist trap but with thoroughly engaging commentary and an easy way to get back home. We had tickets to the Lion King so we took the Metro/subway for the first time, and while ...
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