The Park Avenue Mansion Bed & Breakfast
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... me sweating and Seaman looking for shade. We found the large LC and Seaman statue at the waterfront park and nearby was the Lewis and Clark Boathouse and Nature Center. Normally the boathouse has replica's of the 3 boats that LC took up river from here but they are currently in Canada as part of an HBO miniseries being filmed about the LC adventure. Nonetheless the boathouse had a great museum ...
... Fog all the way and no scenery today ;J driving with the route involving negotiating the 9am New York traffic,watching Tom (GPS) with one eye while also watching which lane to be in, with a passenger beside me "huffing and puffing": cause he wasn't in control and coud not see the GPS . The route was through Newark,over the Hudson river, through the Upper Manhattan,Bronx, out of State of New York along the ...
... in a rush it seems. We headed in and are staying now in a place called Richmond Heights which is quite a bit out of the city. We met our hosts Mitch and Derek who are really nice and showed us round their really lovely house. Hot tub and huge barbeque in the back as well.
We asked Mitch where some of the best places to eat were near by and we were directed to a place just by Washington University. Immediately as we were ...
... it is not the way we do it in the USA.
When we didn't get what we wanted, we wandered to several other stores that our local guide, Gaston, said were good. We entered a small jeweler, Manu Lizarralde, where we bought a raw amethyst necklace. Very unusual. Very pretty. Semi-precious.
Argentina is known for its rodochrosite, a pink stone mined only in Argentina. Many folks bought earrings, pendants, etc.; the high-end clear pink stones should ...
We drove to the Arch this morning. We had no idea how huge that sucker is! 630 feet! That's taller than the Space Needle! You have to go up 90 steps, sit in a tin can to ride up into the top, where you can look out over the city and the Mississippi River. Three problems, no four...
1) We have the dogs with us
2) We are both afraid of heights
3) My knees are not in good shape and 90 steps would kill them
4) That sucker sways ...