The Harbor House
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... surely must be a record time, 71 students and staff ran 20 New York City blocks in ten minutes with the sound of car horns and sirens urging us on. In fact, the combination these sounds, flashing lights and us running scared a pair of local women who urgently stopped Mr Capern to check what had happened. Once he explained we were late for dinner they thought it was very funny. During our sprint we were also joined by a couple of expat Aussies who ...
The day was partly cloudy and cool. We decided just to wander around today, mainly on foot, to enjoy whatever was happening and we found enough purely by chance to have a good day. We left the hotel at 11am and took the subway to Greenwich Village. It's a nice residential area but also has shops and restaurants. We were there a few nights ago but knew that we hadn't been in the heart of it, so we headed for Washington Square. The squares - parks - are nice in New York ...
This morning was a bit sad, as Cathy was going away for a few days and won't be back till after we've gone.
But we had breakfast together, and then Paul and I went off on another adventure.
I'm so glad that he decided not to do too much walking as my feet were still acting up from s
We caught the train again from Montvale, thanks to Jim's kindness in taking us down to the station.
... on the line, we eventually got off at our desired stop, and only a short walk led us to the mass crowds.
We'd booked tickets the night before for the museum, so we could enter at a specific time without having to queue up. This gave us enough time to eat our lunch before looking at the south memorial pool. If you haven't seen the new look of Ground Zero, there are basically two huge square ditches cut out at the exact spots of the original twin towers, with a ...
Today was my 35th birthday. I certainly do not feel 35. I feel, at best, 27 - like I'm old enough not to be stupid anymore but not old enough to be here, in my mid 30's. People are always shocked when I tell them how old I am and I'm safely assuming that it is because I've never been married nor had any kids. How can you be that old with no family and show your face in public? It's easy because I use a makeup with SPF to shield me from damaging ...