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... police at almost every intersection (but that did little to silence the cacophony of horns and sirens). It is truly a city that never sleeps! It is also interesting just to walk around – we were struck by a statue of a resistance hero outside the Polish Consulate, for example. We found our intended Laundromat between 1st and 2nd Avenues, and then walked back up 39th street and came back to the ...
... laden with baseball players, through formal gardens, through tree lined avenues, along a large reservoir boardwalk hemmed in the distance by skyscapers poking imposingly over the trees, past pavillions, children's playgrounds, fair grounds, rowboaters on small lakes, remote controlled sailboats on yet another pond, portrait sketchers, buskers, bubble blowers, a chinese couple getting wedding photos, millions of bike riders, joggers, ...
... are in Fort Tryon National Park, in Washington Heights, about W190th Street.
The land was bought by John D Rockerfeller, In fact, he practically financed the whole enterprise! The Cloisters houses the medieval arts and artifacts of the Met [ Metropolitan Museum of Art]. They are a combination of some medieval buildings bought in Europe and shipped to the US, where they were reassembled, stone by stone, and new medieval style buildings. John D ...
... to the East River (where, as Andy reminded us, it's where all the bodies in Law and Order are found) and headed over to Roosevelt Island on the cable car. There we discovered the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial Park. It is a stark but striking monument to the President right at the tip of the Island. Before you reach the monument you pass an ...
... I knew I wouldn't be the same after this trip, so saying "so long" to them was in essence saying goodbye to the "me" as I knew it. Every change and re-birth, no matter now positive and purposeful, comes with a little pain.
The international terminals at airports are just the best. As you walk through the gates you smell the cuisines of the world, from French pastries at gate 11C to sushi and sake at gate 25C. It wasn't hard to know ...
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