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... anything once wedged into your flight seat, I definitely can't do the necessary contortions to get flight socks on. Flight was fine, a time to watch a couple of films, have a doze and some food. We eventually managed to get through US security which is always really scary and on to the train network which was very good. A slight hiccup was that we got the express train which didn't stop at the station in Brooklyn which ...
... in Australia?? Even with the horrible exchange rate these days, it was A$40 for all of us! Anyway - my verdict: Enjoyable but not as engaging as other Marvel films. Stay for the credits for the next Marvel segue.
Looking forward to a better nights sleep tonight, Kristina has just been by to install the air conditioners - precariously held in by the windows themselves and put in a TV. Willem is now very happy - cable TV with the sports channels.
Up at 4.30am this morning and at Penn Station at 5.30am for my 6am train.
This is the first of a few 13 hour Amtrak journeys I'm taking over the next few weeks.
But the journey, to me, is part of the whole experience. It's not just the destination...it's also the getting there.
How else could I possibly see so much of America in comfort? Driving these huge distances were not an option and flying? Flying won't allow me to see big town and ...
... views. Not the first and probably not the last. It was a great place to see the falls from and we got some good photos.
Next, Guy took us to an area around half a mile upstream from the falls. He showed us a dam which the Park Commission use to regulate the flow of the water of the falls. They redirect some of the water so even when it's at full flow it's only ever at 50% of it's true potential. They even turn it down to 25% at night and in ...
... were not protected well enough and were, except for this one staircase, were not able to be used. These were the only stairs accessible on 9-11 and these stairs allowed thousands to escape . . . and hundreds of Firemen and Police to "run up" trying to save so many more.