The second part of two videos of my travel from Tokyo to New York City aboard Northwest Airlines.
This video continues from where part one left off- Chicago O’Hare airport.
This video features:
-Take off from Chicago O’hare Airport using a B-727 aircraft
-Shaky landing in Detroit Metropolitan Airport
-A very short clip leaving JFK airport (I ran out of batteries)
-Downtown New York
-A side trip to New Jersey via Greyhound Bus Lines
This is for my travel vid subscribers, specially the ones who eagerly requested this:
Ellis Holden (BSuxX), Poul93, Tripperatfirst, Clengski, and so forth…
Thank you for eagerly waiting for the next travel vid to come.
Thank you, subscribers!
Have fun watching! 🙂
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