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... families lived there full time. It then became automated. Now they run tours there on occasional Saturdays.
We crossed the Hudson River on the Rip Van Winkel Bridge. No idea why it was called that. Has a toll of $1.50 but only one way. On to Poughkeepsie where we walked across the longest pedestrian bridge in the world. It was a railway bridge which was converted to a pedestrian bridge some time ago. The bridge section is 1.3 miles long and ...
... time black and menacing, so we headed directly to the Guggenheim, only to discover that there was very little to see as they are in the middle of changing over their exhibitions and most of the place was out of bounds.
Thee was a small exhibition of Frank Lloyd Wright's work, a weird exhibition of contemporary South American art and their small permanent collection of impressionists. It was not impressive at all and we sailed round.
... was unbelievable! It was probably the fanciest looking restaurant I have ever seen in my entire life. It had balconies either side of the room which you can eat on and a big Buddha statue right in the middle of the place just being lit up with coloured fluorescent lights. The place was busy as, luckily I reserved my seat a week in prior. I ordered a ‘Wok Seared New York Sirloin with Shitake Mushrooms and ...
... slice of pizza, the beggar's come-on lines, the obtuse queuing system at The Empire State Building (3 hours from street to roof), or even bouncing round a room full of tits in the Sex Museum, too much happened to wring out every nuance of meaning in the space of this blog. It will have to wait; it will all have to wait. I cannot here write adequately about what it's like to lay on the lawn of Washington Square on a Friday evening, upon land where hundreds of ...
... of guacamole, with the mortar & pestle, at the table for us to share.
On our walk home, we thought about going to get some groceries after Marty had explained where to go. We got back to the apartment and told him we were going. He is a pretty laid back character and just chucked us the keys to his BMW and said to go get whatever we needed.
OMG what an experience. Gail driving, ...