Sugar Hill Harlem Inn
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... ride, but not much.
I now needed a coffee revival, so we headed back to Bryant Park on 40th, and we rested by the carousel in this French park. We took the opportunity to visit the New York Public Library, which bordered the park on the east side, and marvelled yet again at the architecture, and the money New York once had to build such a place.
We subwayed back to our neighbourhood, and looked for a rooftop bar. ...
... now know how they feel!!! Point taken!!!! Ferry across the river and......... We walked across the Brooklyn Bridge in 27 degree heat at five o'clock !!! Wonderful experience although very pooped at end. Bus home, two bubbles while we waited for our take away Italian to be cooked and very soon heading out to Times Square as this is the last night in the Big A. We Sixties Chicks are holding up well if I do say so myself. Final day so we needed to be packed and ready ...
... work going on to reconstruct the subway station. It is a very different place today. The spaces where the twin towers were are now large square walls of water cascading downwards. On the walls around each one are the names of all those people who lost their lives that day. There is also a new museum to remember the events of that day and pay tribute to those who died and to those who worked to save people or repair the damage. With a long queue ...
... terrifying to be in such a crowd, in such a small space, relatively speaking!
The ball dropping began in 1907, but New Year's celebrations in the square began in 1904.
It is 12 feet in diameter, and weighs 11,875 pounds. In metric, that is 3.6 metre diameter, and 538 kilograms [ sounds better in pounds!!] It is covered with over 2 thousand Waterford crystal triangles, lit by hundreds and LED modules, capable ...
... only part-time occupied by the denizens of a small group who use their 75th floor aeries as "pied-a-terres", and avail themselves of sky-high views of the park for only a month or two each year; this period's version of the Astors and Vanderbilts from Newport's gilded age.
We all three stopped for lunch at the Boathouse in Central Park, and whiled away a delightful couple of hours. It's Fleet Week and the sailors are everywhere, standing out in starched ...