Sterling Bed and Breakfast
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... Lehman, the long time director who is about to retire. Lehman's tenure has been controversial. He felt that museums were elitist institutions designed for rich white people, and wanted to make the museum more welcoming to the community where it's located. A new entrance on the ground floor is more accessible than the three flights of stairs it used to take to ...
... bit of shopping. Now to buy extra luggage.
Designer jeans, $25. My favourite business shirts, normally $200, today $65. Mardi also got some nice business outfits for her new job. Overall a great day.
Tomorrow we are off to DC for a quick ...
... going down the road. We shall see. Today was a long day driving. The countryside was beautiful and beautiful old stone homes in the forest were visible from time to time. The leaves were bright and beautiful is some areas and in others it looked like the prom was over and the colorful prom dress lay in a heap on the grown. We went through Rhode Island and Connecticut and finished in New York at Camp Gateway on Jamaica Bay.
We had found this spot ...
... I would come out near 73rd Street which is close to the Dakota Building where John Lennon lived and was tragically killed. Yeah, it's just a building but my trip to New York would not have been compete without it.
The sun was low in the sky and the early morning joggers and strollers were there in their numbers along with the dog walkers and the quiet contemplaters. The park's wildlife was waking up to a new day, foraging for ...
... so thought it would be a good way to enjoy this beautiful day loaded down with my luggage.
The first step was to find it. Turns out my memory for where the Manhattan side of the bridge is wasn't so good. I always came from Brooklyn turning around at the end and heading back. Turns out my figuring on where the Manhattan side pedestrian path was located was off by about four blocks. The entrance ramp stretches 5 blocks on to the island and is hidden behind city hall.