The Thompson House Bed and Breakfast at Harmony Hills
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MOMA (Museum of Modern Art gift shop is cool)
Around 4:00 head back uptown toward hotel and go by Columbus Circle and Lincoln Center (lots and lots of shopping everywhere)
6:00 Stop at Lincoln Center for dinner at Rosa Mexicano (reservation confirmed)
7:30 Walk back to hotel
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We are a party of four, who love to laugh, eat, exercise and give thanks. I can't think of a more wonderful group to spend 4 days with in NY city! Will post itinerary soon but it will be exhausting, exhilarating and exactly what we need! Love to my special ...
... have killed him) the rope stayed on the mountain with us. We got to the repel station on the other side then we let gravity take over and slipped on down to the bottom. We tried to hurry down the trail to the car because we were cutting it close to closing time at the park, sadly, I left my headlamp at camp so I flailed around a bit tripping over rocks and rolling my ankles, but eventually we made it! Next we headed back to camp and were followed by Mr. ...
... The trail gains more than 2000 vertical feet in about 4.4 miles, so it was a good and steady climb. Warm temperatures, high humidity, and a lack of wind made the hike that much more challenging. Additionally, this trail is not well traveled. In fact, we didn’t see anyone else the whole way up. So there was no one else to clear the spider webs across the trail and I think I caught just about every one. It took ...
... grazing, including several calves. This is normally a nice breaking point, but we had to move a bit so as to not bother the cows. After this point, we started making our descent into Rock Castle Gorge. The wildflowers were tremendous in this area. We saw hillsides of red, violet, and white trillium, along with jack-in-the-pulpits, Dutchman’s breeches, bloodroot, violets, and others. We definitely picked ...