Celeste Guest House
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Wow... I'm finally in New York City!!! Almost three bucks, definitely two really heavy bags, and one of me. I sang that song from "Annie" the whole train ride.
Well, everyone left and it was just me, Grandpa and Grandma left in Brookfield. We had a great time doing nothing, watching baseball, eating a lot still, getting a little work done. After a tearful farewell (typical - what's wrong with me?), my amazing Aunt Cheryl drove me to the Poughkeepsie train ...
... Xmen, Maleficent and half of Spider-Man then it was time to get off this stinky plane, when we landed it took ages to get of the plane and get our luggage, we caught a taxi to our hotel we arrived around 2 pm and we instantly fell in love with Seattle, home town of Jimmi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain i can't help but be excited to be here, it's quiet clean and the people here are all so nice. It's cold about 4 degrees but not anything like the cold in New ...
... with the constellations. I was able to make an appointment for 12.30 to have my iPod looked at which was nearly two hours away, so we sat on the steps at one end of grand central and wrote in our journals and people watched. Turns out my iPod's battery had died, just out of warranty, so I now have no music for my run. I was able to get some songs downloaded at grand central but connection very slow. It turns out it was a good thing we spent ...
... had spent the morning trying to get "rush" tickets for "Beautiful" which is the story of Carole King. It would be a great show, but he is unsuccessful and full-price tickets are over $300 US. We enjoy our Broadway show and Paul comments that no doubt it will become a schmaltzy Hollywood movie- watch out for it in a cinema near you! If we get time, we may try again for a different show.....I like the look of "Kinky Boots".
We travel back to the apartment very ...
... showed us the beautiful rooftop of the Clark Street building where we enjoyed the awesome skyline of New York City and posed for photos.
Thereafter, we walked over to the Columbia Heights building for the Bible display, the archives presentation, and the Bethel tour. All of these activities were absolutely fantastic. The Bible display gives a history of how the Bible was translated over the centuries. Additionally, it contains very aged copies ...