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... went rather quick, only an hour and a half. We were very surprised at the state of the houses and factories that back onto the train track. I had expected to see some lovely scenery passing through the different states but for the most of it there was run down properties, lots of empty run down houses and lots of concrete recycling places. Really nothing to look at at all. It gave some perspective to watching movies on tv when people move ...
... to reach out to meet and befriend others.
Laura, It was a pleasure to get to know you this week in Queens. You were a real asset to our team as we worked at the Salvation Army and in the food truck. You did any and everything you were asked to, without hesitation or complaint. Upon your return home, how can you continue the work we started in New York?
What can I say but a hair net suits you! I hope ...
... pizza place that was here before Madison Square Garden. Yummy. Then, of course, I had to get NY cheesecake!
I spent most of the day just standing on the street watching the people go by...I mean RUN to go by. It really is a sight to see. The sound of horns beeping and sirens are being to be the norm.
Tomorrow is my BIG sightseeing day. Now it is time to ...
... opportunities in the lounge so we stayed there for a while before we really had to sleep. Day 3 started fairly early again as we had decided to get the subway early on to downtown and visit the TKTS ticket booth where you can buy discounted theatre tickets for broadway productions. The ticket booth was in the South Street Seaport area and the morning was really sunny, so we sat in the sunshine before the booth opened and then bought tickets for Matilda when it opened at ...
... discussion, we were split into two groups, and some people were put on the audition panel. I was in the second group of auditions, and told to wait in a separate room, until it was time to 'audition'. However, that time never came. After a little while, he came in and said they they were running out of time, and to come in and watch the rest of the auditions.
It was interesting to see him work with other people on their monologues. One of ...