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Today wasn't a great day for visibility so thought we would leave the Rockefeller for another day. Instead we just planned our trip to Boston, booked another megabus and a hostel. The hostel we wanted had sold out so had to go for another which doesn't look fab and is very expensive but our only option. Once we'd sorted that we decided to head out with Laura and ...
... as its a hectic day on the road and therefore black, dark or difficult to travel. Either way it's a massive day. We may brave the streets to experience it firsthand.
As we walked home though shops were beginning to open, it was around 10pm. The queue outside of Toys R Us was massive, it was opening at midnight.
We finally made it through the crowd and back to the AKA.
... some breakfast and than run into some minions :) of course we had to have some photos. Finally ready for the day we headed to the 9/11 memorial. From what we had read it would take around 2 hours to visit the site and go through the museum, 5 hours later we were asked to leave as it was closing time, we hadn't even got around to everything. We were lucky enough to watch too presentations whilst there, ...
Our last day in the Big Apple and it was another opportunity for Greg and Marion to do something totally off the wall. Anybody can enjoy a holiday spot when the weather is good. But as anyone who knows us knows, we like to get out and about in weather conditions that make it all the more memorable. It is pouring rain and a little blowy. A good day to stay indoors and enjoy some downtime before ...
... That was high, so I can only imagine what the view for the crown was like (we didn't get those tickets). You can see NY, Jersy and Ellis really well.
We went back down, then onto the ferry again to Ellis Island. The museum was really interesting and really cast a light on Australia's current treatment of refugees. People spent either a day processing or a couple of weeks, often due to disease. This in a time of steam boats and paper. The conditions were quite cramped in the ...