Churchill at 15 Park Row
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... it died of tetanus before construction even began. His son was appointed to take over.
We came to a part of the bridge where there were dozens of love-locks attached to it, just like we saw in Rome. The locks are actually illegal, but I suppose some people think it's a romantic idea. They are removed from time to time. There were souvenirs for sale along this area and I bought a couple of presents.
We left the bridge near City Hall, a magnificent ...
A beautiful day with the promise of some warmth,so we set off early for the Staten Island Ferry. Ths is always a great trip and a good way to see New York Harbour and the Statue of Liberty. It was warm and calm - just great for the boat trip. Back at South Ferry, we walked up past Battery Park to the 9/11 memorial. This is a very moving experience, very well designed with the footprints of the twin ...
... impressive 2 level bridge with pedestrians & bikes on one level and cars and trains on the other. Once off hte bridge we rode along bikeways beside the East river, past the United Nations buiding and back to the start. Quite easy riding overall and very informative and a great way to see and learn a bit more about New York outside the usual tourist spots. We travelled about 15 miles between 10am ...
... a cute little cafe on the way to send off my parcel, so we stopped there for brunch on the way back. It was quite nice, and satisfied the hunger for the moment. We then got on the subway and headed down to the infamous Madison Square Garden. We booked our tour, got our behind-the-scenes passes, and got our guided tour of the great building.
We only had a small group, which made it quite easy - there was even a couple from Perth ...
... notice and decided to tag along with our group. The entire tour including a half hour lunch at the museum cafeteria lasted three hours. But the experience was so fun that no one noticed the time.
After saying our good-byes to our guide and our group, we headed outside to Central Park. The four of us wanted to explore the park and Derek and I had packed our binoculars to do a little birding. We wandered the greenery and gazed at the ponds ...