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... joint on the recommendation of Ms Lane. This was a good move; well done Ms. The Metropolitan Museum was the next stop and just like the movie, we spent a 'Night at the Museum'. Inside we saw a vast and varied collection from Greek, Roman, Egyptian and Asian antiquities, as well as art from the medieval era to today. The armoury collections were very popular with the students as was the musical instrument collection. Again, Mr Foster led a tour of the art collections which ...
... of jazz musicians. None of these are free in New York as they always seek tips,which is fair enough, and we always oblige. From Greenwich Village to walk toward our hotel taking in the parks on the way. they are generally 6-10 blocks apart. The next one was Union Square. A lot of people there and traffic circulating around it. We'd bought some fruit on the way and the some nuts to complete the diet. We ended up sitting in the square for about an hour because two ...
... parties to view the Statue a bit closer.
We were so lucky when we got back to Penn Station, as I scanned the timetable to find that a train was leaving in 5 mins back to Secaucus and Montvale, so we dashed down the escalator and caught it in time.
That Penn Station is huge, and unless you know which line you want it's easy to get lost and therefore miss your connection. I feel we've managed really well!
... below were fire engines, police cars and even the fallen antenna from atop the North Tower, now just a mangled web of steel.
We ended up spending a lot longer in the museum than intended, but it was really big and took a while to get around. Eventually we got outside, and after a brief look at the north pool, walked along a few blocks until we reached Wall Street. Greeting us right on the corner was the New York Stock Exchange, and the street was just a row ...
... house for a party to meet baby number three and everyone was forced to remove their shoes so no germs were traipsed across the carpets. When she decided to leave she discovered they had vanished. The friend offered to reimburse her for the shoes until she found out how much they cost. She told Carrie she couldn't afford that because she has 'real responsibilities' now. After some thinking Carrie tallies up how much she had spent celebrating ...