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... managed by the National Parks is dreadful.
Then onto Ellis island. This is the first point of contact for immigrants. Its where they get their health, security and legal status checked. It is the offshore processing. And I thought we invented offshore processing!
Back to Manhattan. Quick burger. I tell you, you would starve in New York if you don't like burgers, sandwiches or pizzas.
Then we went to see the ...
... are up their waiting. As sunset approaches Cirsty competes with her fellow tourist to get in the best spot for the sunset spot. Ryan can be heard saying that it will happen again tomorrow. Cirsty annoys some tourists when she hogs a gap in the glass paneling. She is aware of this so takes so more shots just to make sure they are really annoyed. Cirsty spots smoke in one of ...
... St. Patricks I am sure is a phenomenal experience when in its glory but right now it is being renovated. We did go inside but there is extensive scaffolding both inside and out. I am sure that even in its disarray it was one of the most impressive churches I have ever stepped foot in. I only wish I could have laid eyes on it in its completeness. However, even through the steel bars and scattered amongst the construction materials is a real sense ...
... finished our Central Park tour with a stop at Strawberry Fields to see the Imagine mosaic and then headed home for a quiet night in.
Thursday was another chilly day so we decided to spend the day at the Natural History museum. There is so much to see in the New York museum that it was hard to narrow down what we wanted to cover in the day. We went to 2 exhibitions, the first being Mysteries of the Unseen World which was a ...
... dash to change platforms earlier. Andrew was very patient as I walked from one end of the station to the other, in fact he became the spotter. The one I really wanted to see was the crocodile dragging the man under the manhole cover. We headed into another part of the station for the L line I think but rush hour was starting and I didn’t want to get in the way of commuters so we headed back to the uptown A C E platform. I did get to ...