The Pillars of Plainfield Bed and Breakfast
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... and a safe place to leave
the RV. Thank you Lord!
Arrived in the late afternoon and
settled quickly in, having a meal together. So lovely meeting people
and feeling at home straight away.
August 4th – day 92
We went into New York City today. Such
a great day, saw so much, walked heaps, it was super hot, out hearts
a full! But back to the start.
Lisa drove us to ...
... River. Solo and relay swimmers may also start and finish at East 96th Street and Spuyten Duyvil.
Swimmers begin at South Cove, navigate around the Battery then head north up the East River, counter-clockwise around Manhattan Island. They swim north into the Harlem River, through Spuyten Duyvil, and then south down the Hudson River to the Battery. There are 4 check points: Hell's Gate where the East River meets the Harlem River, Spuyten Duyvil where ...
... I did get some more perfume, some clothes, three pairs of shoes and other bits and pieces. After that we went and saw Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. Boring. Fell asleep a couple times. I'm completely sick of Broadway but one more show tomorrow ...
... Trade Center, which was incredible to see. As we walked away, the snow began falling so we decided to stop for a coffee along the water and watch the ferries and ice flows pass by. We then made the decision lunch was needed so walked over to Chinatown for soup dumplings at Joes's Shanghai. After we finished lunch at 3:45, we walked though Little Italy and SoHo to the Paulner beer hall for a stein of beer. After a few hours passed by, we walked ...