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... Yorkers. Washington Square has a great location at the bottom of 5th Avenue and it was buzzing with people when we got there – some sort of pagan festival with stalls about witchcraft, but also a lot of people just promenading, and buskers and other entertainers. Marion found an ice-cream sandwich made of 2 biscuits around vanilla ice cream that was delicious. We then headed off again on the subway, this time to 34th Street, ...
... stop and obtain cash from an ATM. This would only give me USD $ 100..... From my cheque account... A bit ****** off. Anyway, Qantas opened their booths 30 mins later than advertised, the lounge opened 30 mins after I was checked in, terminal 7 JFK is the worst of all the terminals at JFK, So I am told...... Free Jack in the First class Lounge - all equals Best wait ever lmao... especially since it is self serve..... better be careful. Just a wait to fly to LA now.
Having sailed in on Friday evening we now had a full day to explore New York. We had arranged to meet Sarah and Bob at 2 pm so we had all morning to explore. We were very close to the places that I wanted to visit and we walked and walked all morning. The Rockefeller centre, 5th Avenue, New York Public Library, the Empire State Building, Grand Central Station, Herald Park and Macy's and Bryant Park. By the time we met Sarah and Bob on the steps of the New York Public library we ...
... his own pinhole camera, such as would have been used in those days. There were also exhibits of the ferry and it’s history, plus some natural science.
In the garden of the museum I took a photo of a beautiful pink shrub, but I have no idea what it is.
As we started walking back down the hill, we could see that the next ferry was pretty close.
I didn’t think I would make it, with my stiff legs. John was so ...
... over to a Broadway theatre that was showing Wicked, the musical. I thought the story was interesting, especially because a few years prior, I was apart of a Wizard of Oz production. I really enjoyed the nice, solid symbolism placed throughout and the different perspective it provided. It was a perfect combination of passionate acting, singing and comedy. I have never seen such a great performance ever ...