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A travel blog entry by millsontour


... too much excitement.

We had a lovely walk past Onassis Reservoir and spotted a turtle then to the Metropolitan Museum. It was blistering hot today and the air con was great.

We had two brushes with authority with Ruth touching a statue and James putting his baseball cap on a bear- small beer compared to the Subway incident.
The Met was awesome. Truly could go back every day. So much we didn't see but ...

Day 14 - 9/11 Reflection and Dinner @ Empire State

A travel blog entry by chrislucyrich


... Tower fountains all over us.

I felt very sombre by the time we left the memorial. Still do, writing this. So I best pass you onto Lucy to talk about the (slightly happier) rest of our day.

Well once back at the hotel we shook off the day and although none of us forgot or will probably ever forget our experience today, we put on fresh attitudes and set off for dinner. It was raining, as it has been for most of the day, but this time it was a bit ...

An Affair To Remember - NYC week 2

A travel blog entry by josh_chrissy


... to be a good decision! Little did we know though, that the sandwiches would contain about 1kg of pastrami...and nothing else! Raiders of the Lost Ark The Lower East side continued to be the best place for coffee in NYC. We stumbled across a cool place, which was a small art gallery doubling as a cafe. On our second visit the art exhibition had completely changed and the take away cups matched the art! Very cool place and really good coffee. The quantity ...

Day 6: Columbia, Barnard and Fordham & Broadwa

A travel blog entry by kpincus


Barnard: All Girls, undergraduate institute. Lots of exchange with Columbia, especially for science minded students. All sports, clubs and activities are shared with Columbia. The best of both worlds, a small community with Ivy League resources. 2400 students, 25% accept rate Small classes, 7:1 faculty/student ratio 20 Seminar classes Interesting class: dreams and nightmares It's all about thinking, writing and speaking ...

New York, New York

A travel blog entry by giddayusa


New York...we are here !!! such an amazing city. Caught the ferry to Ellis Island, saw the great hall, the American immigrant wall of honor and the Statue of Liberty. We spent most of the day there looking at the sites and finding out the history of Ellis ...


This B&B, located in the Uptown area of New York City, is near New York Movie Tours, Harlem Heritage Tours, Harlem, and Apollo Theater.
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