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... Then again, neither is crossing NYC roads.... Still, they have an ice rink in Cambridge when I get back so I can wait. And then I have people to watch me fall over!!
Top of the Rock was great. Nico enjoyed it too. He wasn't sure about the elevator (when in America...) at first, but it does only take 43 seconds to get to the top, and they have a little light show going on on the ceiling whilst you "travel". Great views of NYC - Central Park and ...
... that was a good idea, so the three of us set off together. Anita was from New Zealand and will be in Melbourne for the convention. The walkway along the middle of the bridge above the cars. It was enjoyable walking across the bridge even though there were lots of people.
We walk down to the 9/11 memorial, they are still working on part of the site. Armed security is everywhere. They are dressed in almost an army uniform, a bit confronting. They ...
... show, written by Tim Minchin and based on Roald Dahl's book was excellent and I'm sure they will do a production in Sydney at some time. The kids in the show are very talented and the adult leads were also great.
After the show we just went to a food court and bought the biggest slices of pizza we've ever seen but they were cheap and very nice, especially since we hadn't had a proper meal since breakfast. Got home at around 11:00 pm for a good night's ...
... here to join the bus that went out to The Bronx, but were too late to make it. Continuing on into Harlem, we went past the Apollo Theatre, along part of Malcolm X Boulevard and then back along 5th Avenue next to Central Park and past the Metropolitan Museum and the Guggenheim. After once again being kicked off the bus near Times Square, we decided to brave the crowds and walk back to the hotel. It was only about 10 blocks and we had plenty of time before our ...
... the marketing business in New York City. She gave me her name and explained that the company she works for sponsors visas. Something to be thinking about!! After leaving Grand Central, I walked to the Broadhurst Theatre to see Mamma Mia which I was really excited about... It didn't live up to expectation. After seeing the show in London, I was dissapointed in quite a lot of the show. The ensemble looked lazy as though it was almost the end of their contract and ...