The Blue Porch Bed And Breakfast
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This morning we got up a bit late to an overcast day with a promise of rain. Ted was ready to have a shower at 8:00 and again the showers were not open. He was antsy to get going but really wanted a shower before going in to the city. At 9:00 it was still not open again and no ranger had arrived - What’s going on, we have such an important schedule to keep up. About 9:20 a ranger arrived and Ted had to knock on the office ...
... the Brooklyn bridge yesterday so we went and walked over it again before getting an Ice cream and walking along Brooklyn heights promenade. The itinerary was the reverse of what we did yesterday so we caught the East river ferry to Williamsburg so I could show Courtney the birthplace of hipster.
Back to the black hole that is times square- Again the train was delayed so we got off at 23rd and again ...
... tale of a young man employed by Barbra Streisand to run the boutiques she has built for herself in the basement of her home in LA - boutiques stocked with her own things. It's a funny, slightly whimsical play with a view about fame and its impact on the famous and those who encounter them. After the show we walked two doors to the restaurant, Annisa - yes, the same Annisa where we had dinner the same day last year. Is it possible the itinerary planner is running out ...
... you have to open the door if you want to bend over!! Spotlessly clean however and as the ship is full we will be happy here. After Muster Drill we change for dinner and after pre dinner drinks in Martinis we head for dinner in the Grand Dining room. This is a beautiful room in cream and golds with an amazing central crystal chandelier. We opted to share a table and had a pleasant evening with some nice people before heading off for our extremely comfortable ...
... that due to the omni-presence of so many American brands and stores world-wide, much of New York, despite the iconic yellow cabs et al, could still be anywhere. In fact this phenomenon can even work the other way: I almost spilled my Starbucks coffee, when I saw not just one, but two branches of UK sandwich chain Pret a Manger on Fifth Avenue. On the other side of this equation, the uniquely American business spirit also manages to produce the best almond croissants ...