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... 160; Phew! I was now wide awake and it was only 5.30, so I pottered around for a couple of hours before going out to get some breakfast, just before 8. It was a fairly basic but a bit quirky cafe where I got a typical american breakfast. A lovely day, so I sat outside. I checked out and left the hotel at 9.15 to get to Union Station. A three block walk then the Metro for five stops got me there in 30 minutes. Union Station is a ...
... and western side, and part way back again because he'd missed Strawberry Fields. Central Park is purpose built including raised sides in places to reduce noise from surrounding areas. It's built on the natural Schist rock but the rest is probably artificial including the 7 water reservoirs (small lakes) and other features like stream and small waterfalls. It has wood lots, sealed paths and roads though traffic is severely restricted, open grass space for laying around, ...
... we left our bags with them and went out to hire bikes.
We were trying to hire from the bike station on the footpath when we were warned it was not the best way to do it. He of course was from another bike company. Fortunately we listened to him and it was a much better way to do with him & cheaper because if you don't dock in the city bikes every 30 minutes you accrue increasing fees and they are ...
... a show filled with music, acrobatics, magic and a great twist we did not see coming.
Andy left NY on Friday to continue his tour of the USA. After a jam packed couple of weeks we had a very quiet weekend to re-coup.
Central Park is one of my favourite places to go in the city. We must go up there nearly every day, either to run around the reservoir (about 7km) or just for a walk away from the buzz of ...
Train into manhattan, first stop, the famous ad grand New York City library. Huge marble, Greek pillar style building with one of the greatest book collections in the world. Peering into the private rooms where masters Of literature were studying first editions and original writings surrounded by mahogany cases. Unfortunately the huge great reading room, 2 blocks long ...