The Blue Porch Bed and Breakfast
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Today we went to another corner of the Prospect Park area to see the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Botanic Gardens. They are right next to each other along a major through street called Eastern Parkway.
The Museum specializes in Egyptian antiquities as well as contemporary American artists. Right now there is an exhibit of major acquisitions made ...
Hello lovely family and friends.
Our time in the USA is over. It's been wondrous and a huge dream come true. We'll be vacating our hotel in just over an hours time to trek to the airport for the first leg of our journey back to the land of warmth... And serious humidity if I'm to believe all the reports.
If you'd like to follow our flights here are the deets:
JFK-DXB (EK204): ...
... saving our fingers), Christmas tree, and the set of NBC's Today show (we were a couple hours late to see them shooting the show). Walking around the corner, we then stopped by Nintendo World for a bit of nostalgia with Pokemon cards, Mario and friends, and Donkey Kong. We then walked through Times Square and watched many workers set up stages and practice the ball drop in preparation for New Years tomorrow. Continuing down Broadway, we then arrived at the ...
... amp; have been used in many films & are another highlight of the trip for me. There were some guys street dancing & another mob making giant bubbles using sticks & a string. We continued through the park until we came out at Central Park South (59th St.) Showed Fray the Apple Store on 5th ave & then headed for the subway at 57th & Lex, too tired to walk anymore. Got off the subway a station too far so had to walk an extra 10 or so ...
... closest coffee shop, the Corner Grind, and made ourselves feel at home. In fact so much so that we could have been in London. In a big city, on the computer, drinking coffee, in the same type of 'rustic' coffee shop. It was nice, and the staff were friendly, but perhaps this is when we started already looking forward to getting out of the city and onto somewhere new. We still had a few things we needed to see though before leaving. The next stop on our list was Pensacola, ...