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... to say that most interfaith activists (secular and religious alike) dream about going to Israel and seeing the relationships between worldviews. The Israeli-palestinian conflict is not new to the world. Its been going on for years! Both sides argue a point about being right or a case for why they have done one thing or another to the opposing side. What I want to know and understand on a deeper level is how do we talk to ...
... previously but ok. Central Park was just beautiful. As it was starting to get dark we couldn't spend that much time there but the kids thoroughly enjoyed the playground and we will definitely be back. We then braved Wholefoods which was so busy- we could hardly move our shopping trolley. After getting some supplies we headed back to the hotel for movie night and a relax- altogether a lovely first day in NY and looking forward to the rest of our time here.
... 10 days ever!
First day in NYC & we head downtown on the subway which is just as clean, well signed & easy to use as LA. We all buy a weekly metro card for unlimited travel on buses or trains which seems the most cost effective. Very excited. Every now & again you get buskers on the trains singing which is mostly very good but eye contact avoided to stop any harassment for money. Still excited. Century 21 is a discount department store which has ...
... complex. They have built two huge square water features and inscribed the names of the almost 3000 victims from the terror attacks. The memorials look great and are positioned where the old twin towers were. From here I headed inside to the museum. I spent about 3 hours in here reading all the information about the attacks, the plot, daily events and post attack reaction. Incredibly interesting and very hard to take in once again. What I ...
The weather forecast was for rain and they were quite right. We woke to a rather dull drizzly day, people on the street were encased in plastic with set faces.
The lobby was crowded with an influx of Spaniards, but we joined them and had our breakfast here in the hotel, before dashing over the road and down into the subway station opposite.
Jette's one absolute "must see" was the Cloisters which was not somewhere I had ever been or ...