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They chargd us something like 130 for 2 nights and then 170 for one night. Book ahead somewhere else and give this one a miss
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... and this shows how persevering the people are.. Some really poignant photos of real people...
This is led me to relflect on whether the natives will ever get back what they lost...
I started to think about some other things I found this week.
Below Washington Park lie over 20,000 bodies died of yellow fever, at a time when all the whites left Manhattan, most of the dead were black.
In the last few ...
... I was there I saw the first Spiderman cartoon ever (coooool!) and one of the four copies of the Magna Carter. Ironically, this one had been lent from Lincolnshire in England. So I'd gone a rather long way to see something from down the road! On my way to the Library I came across a HUGE protest against the police shootings/court rulings and there were thousands of people filling the streets, there was even a stage and people giving speeches. Later on when people had dispersed ...
... running out of time and we had to get a move on and made us peg it around the last quarter as if we were in a race!
That afternoon we watched a very predictable, girly film called “Baggage Claim”. It’s predictability didn’t matter as we talked most of the way through it. We stopped it halfway through so Sandy and Ciara could enter the Kinky Boots lottery which they won, and then went back ...
We walked to and on the High Line afterwards. If you’ve never heard of this or done it, it’s absolutely amazing. An abandoned raised railbed lay empty for decades on the West Side. It used to serve the meatpacking district which left town in the 70’s or so. About a decade ago, activists in the neighborhood convinced the city to make it a raised urban park. It has beautiful landscaping and winding paths and you’re 2 ...
... a dramatic backdrop with the sun cowering behind black thunderous clouds. Andy regretted his cocktail choice called Secret Garden. It consisted of gin, kalamata-infused vermouth, oregano and tarragon and basically just tasted of olives with a big kick of alcohol. We made sure Andy visited the "exhibitionist" toilets before we left and headed for dinner at Recette.
Boy were we about to be in for a treat! It ...