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The States is a land not much travelled so far by yours truly. I am very thankful that I have been to New York City, New Orleans, Miami, Los Angeles, Orlando, Tampa, Fort Lauderdale, Minneapolis and Cape Canaveral on work related trips, but I yearn to do some Amtrak journeys one day, whilst San Francisco […]
New York City Rather like Paris, Rome & London, you instantly feel as if you on a film set when you arrive in the Big Apple, such are the number of great films set in the city over the years. The biggest joy for me in being there is just living like a New Yorker […]
Fellow train travel author Matthew Woodward set me the Twitter challenge over the past week to post a black and white photo every day. I decided to use photographs from my January visit to New York when the wintry conditions made for the perfect black and white atmospheric conditions. Add that to the iconic, photogenic […]
Day Two – Monday I awoke on Martin Luther King day early once more, still not fully acclimatised to the 5-hour time difference. Today was a special day as not only was it a public holiday in honour of MLK on his birthdate, but it was also to be my first visit to the Statue […]
There are two smaller replicas of the Statue of Liberty in Paris by La Seine. One stands near the Musee d’Orsay on the Left Bank and further up the Seine near the Eiffel Tower at Pont de Grenelle stands the second. This is a picture of the latter taken from the batobus.