Ink48 - a Kimpton Hotel
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... serendipity in which a series of fortunate events created my very own 'fairytale of New York'... After a long day exploring some of New York's sights, we arrived back at our rather lugubrious digs in Queens, at which point my esteemed travelling companion declared that he was too 'whacked' to go to the baseball match that I had organised tickets for a few weeks earlier. I didn't, at the time, consider this to be overly fortuitous, but as will become clearer in the fullness of ...
... of ordinary people - members of the NYPD, the firemen of New York and others, make you believe again in the inherent goodness of human beings. Walking through the memorial is a little like visiting Auschwitz, or Schindler's Factory in Kraków. You are almost struck dumb by the visions before you and the insaneness of man's inhumanity to man, incidents which have occurred down through history ... and unfortunately continue to occur ...
We caught the subway into Brooklyn, just off the lower south east side of Manhattan Island.
Witnessing New York's evening lights come to life and the unfolding of a ...
... fabric one and looks like he's got jocks on his head and josh struggles to put the rubber one on. He's had it by now and refuses to wear it and doesn't want yo swim. Jack gets in, but last all of 3minutes then he's out and also wants to leave.
Returned the caps and headed back to hotel.
Had a quick bit of dinner which were home made chicken rolls then headed off for the metro to catch the train to Yankee stadium ...
... With a full contingent of people in town, and a great appreciation of Central Park, we organised a group catch up with Andy, Anna, Zee, Kristy, Amanda and I! We converged in the park, had some snacks and beers and just took it all in. It was “so normal” to have good friend around and just hanging out!
Not sure exactly how we knew they were in town, but we ended up around the USA Today studios, smack bang in the centre of Times ...