Sunnyside Bed And Breakfast
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... the top of the pre-existing world trade centre tower foundations, but the museum is built underground, in the existing foundations of the twin towers. They have preserved the original foundations as well as artifacts including the huge steel beams which were supporting the buildings at the impact zone of the airplanes - they buckled under the heat like a burnt out match stick. There is tonnes and tonnes of information and exhibits to see, so needless to say Ryan ...
... br> We then headed home, walking the six or so blocks and enjoying the last of the evening out. We found a sponge bob garbage bin and some giant diamonds as we walked. There is always something to see.
A great birthday and another great day in the big apple.
The weather forecast for tomorrow has a major storm front incoming, so we might have a day in. We haven't stopped since we arrived three weeks ago, so a lazy day might be ...
... waiter soon arrived with a bottle of a delicious oaky C******nay and chocolate coated strawberries. What a lovely start to my birthday week. A big thank you to my thoughtful husband!
That afternoon, we did the Seinfeld tour with Kenny Kramer. As a big Seinfeld fans, it was great to see the sights in NY that featured in the show, including a stop for soup at the Soup Nazi, plus lots of interesting background facts.
My birthday got off to an ...
... joke. we had fights in our bunk (not with a camper next door this time) but with campers in our bunk. then we had another councelor in our bunk (making it 5 councelors and a super) then one of the kids where moved because of the fighting, and in the last 3 days we had a new kid that was hell - he was moved because he picked a fight with his councellor and spoke inaproprate things infront of the other kids and was just jenerally being a ****
(he's 10) he told our ...
... around the neighborhood of Chelsea. I like this area because it reminds me a little bit of Brooklyn. Once my feet started hurting I hopped on the subway to SoHo so I could get a pedicure. I can't begin to tell you what walking around in New York all day does to your feet. It was nice to get a little massage to soothe my achy soles. So I guess it ended up being a good day. I don't know what I will do tomorrow. I guess I will do whatever I want since I ...