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Day 1 - 2-6-07 New York

I see dead people

sunny 0 °F

The strange thing travelling to Manhaton to the enormous amount of graveyards, stretching for miles on route to the centre, stopping right up to road. I hope the road wasn't built on any graves (aka polterguist) This also might explain the way the mini bus driver was driving down the interstate. Im sure he must have been possessed by the way he was swerving between lanes.

The hotel is good and ideally located (30 seconds from times square). Arrived at the hotel about 2 PM and decided to go walkabout.

The first thing i came across "bloody Pan Pipers" im sure they follow me everywhere, Lisbon, Prague, Austraila, theyre every where i go. Thankfully i havent seen any mimes yet ( i hate mime artists!). the food is great here. Went to a mexican which was amazing. It was around this time that i realised i had been walking for three hours, was three hours away from the hotel (12 midnight uk time) and was starting to get tired. (id been up for 20hrs by then). To keep myself awake walking back and because its' so damm hot here, i had to keep going to bars on the way back. So dehydraited and pissed i slept well

Posted by I Langley 07:29 Archived in USA

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How do I do a comment in mime????

by Beckjf

Ah the tranquil soothing tones of a traditional Equadorian Pan Pipe troop is there anything better?
If you get yourself up the Empire State Building you could probably pick them all off with a high powered rifle (readily available from most good retailers, and Walmart) i believe in America they refer to that as going postal.
What have you got against mime artists anyway, i've never heard them say a bad word about you!
Anyway to sum up Day 1, basically you've had your first Pub Crawl, didn't take you long.

by ANDY T

I lik eto see your starting your trip in style... just like when you arrived in Oz... hope this time you didn't fall asleep in your beer. x

by Lydia H

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