Mount Morris House
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... weather was very hot and we discovered that we had arrived on a public holiday (Labour Day) and as we were very weary from our trip from Vancouver we stayed in this area and ticked off our shopping list.
The M&M Store, Disneyland Store, Baseball Hat and so on. As part of our Red Bus tickets we had passes to the Rockefeller Centre to go to the Observation Deck - 86th Floor.
This centre is referred to as THE ROCK, magnificent ...
... close to finishing another level on Frozen (an iPad game) and Jonathan browsed the travel brochures.
The train was FULL - and when it took off we were warned the cafe car would be closed for at least an hour (and we were hungry!) and the train continued to take on passengers at every stop until all seats were taken.
The scenery was so green for late summer. The towns didn't look that prosperous and it was funny seeing a sign ...
... you can overhear people conversing in just about every language you can think of.
At one point, I almost thought I was in Europe as I heard German, French and Italian being spoken within a few feet of me.
I dropped by the "Good Morning America" studio windows....way too late to see the show being filmed, but enjoying the experience. I'll have to ...
... But no, it's apparently just a crossroads! We pressed on and reached 5th Avenue where we walked along looking at the buildings along the way. It wasn't easy because of the crowds of people walking - it was a Saturday so there were lots of shoppers - and the traffic lights at every intersection.
We called into St Patrick's Cathedral which is being cleaned, so unfortunately for us, parts of ...
... breakfast, cook, eat, sleep. Alex and I quickly rustled up a stir-fry (vegetables at last!) and we spent the rest of the evening going through our free guidebooks that came with the City Passes making plans for the rest of the week.
Hayley (our breakfast queen) is chopping up fresh fruit for our fruit salad and French toast breakfast and by the sounds of it she is just about done! Hope you are all enjoying my blog so far, signing off for the day! Until ...