Incentra Village House
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... and as I did they greeted everyone with a hello and then handed every single person a bottle of water and a bag of chips. This was just a snack for everyone until lunch was served. They reeled the anchor from the sea back to the boat and then we left. We were at sea for about 25 minutes, and then they served lunch, a piece of rump steak, freshly steamed vegetables and some roasted potatoes. It was a great meal and I ...
... decision three months ago to see Fleetwood Mac at Madison Square Garden. I made sure I had the tickets, then we set off to look for a cab, and grabbed one about halfway there. Stopped at Times Square to gawp, then walked a couple of blocks to the venue. I still had a spare ticket. Just before we went in the boys spotted a girl holding a sign - "I need one more ticket". She couldn't believe we really had a spare, offered ...
... 09/14 Fuelled for the day with eggs and cereal, Vic took us the the High Line. Now this a is and old unused railway which they have made into the incredible art inspired walkway. From graphite to abstract art, so much look at on the way through. This walk then led us to down town New York where we needed to head too in order to use our Empire State Building voucher my mum and dad very kindly bought Ben for his birthday. :) Stopping off for Meatball Sub on the way for me a casual ...
... was declared and the ruins of where George Washington lived while he was president.
We arrived back where we started at the Skyline Hotel in New York mid afternoon and decided to make the most of our freedom! We walked up to Central Park and sat in the sun with a ice-cream whilst watching people play volleyball, randomly dance and hundreds of cyclists, runners, horse and carriages and rickshaws. It was particularly entertaining to watch two girls ...
... br> There was a firetruck and ambulance that were hit when the first tower came down and they were just decimated. Only 1 window survived. It was on the 72 (we think it was) floor and that was displayed (a construction worker found it after the wreckage, removed it and kept it in his shed for ten years, then gave it to the museum).
Most of the outer museum is after the event then you enter the central part which is quite busy ...