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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 …
... ul>We literally walked the hallowed ground under which so many are lost.
Following the Tour which lasted about an hour and a half, we spent another hour and a half walking in and out of the different exhibits; listening to the words of the people, inside and out of the building that morning. We saw shoes, wallets, pictures of loved ones, documents, receipts from Walmart, helmets,pens and pencils; all the ordinary things of life ...
We sailed past the Statue of Liberty at about 0430 this morning, and it just so happened that I got out of bed and peered out at that exact time. Neither of us slept at all well as it was a little bumpy and some people have no idea how to shut a door without banging it. Lime Green 3 tickets we discovered meant that we were the last to leave the ship. Ah. Actually it didn't really matter, as we had a leisurely breakfast and then sat about until our ticket colour and ...
... State Building to take advantage of the clear skies and amazing views. Then I foolishly led us the wrong way down 5th Avenue (the end without any posh shops etc) and wore us out, fortunately finding Washington Square Park at the end where we could relax. Some chilling in the park followed by fun and frolics with bubbles (result of a street performer, yes we were part of a crowd of average age 5 years old). Following a boost with some caffeine we braved Times Square as ...
... grating. St Bartholomew's Church was beautiful inside as was St Thomas' but St Patrick's Cathedral was a building site full of scaffolding. Back on the train to Yankee Stadium -we must get our money's worth out of those tickets! A walk through Central Park would have been pleasant but a major storm has begun. The rain is heavy and the lightening keeps on flashing. Manhattan has been hit continually by lightning. All of this is in preparation for ...
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