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We wanted to see Central Park by bike so opted for a guided tour which we booked for 10am, so it was an early start as it was quite a long trip on the subway. To our amazement the train was full, this was Sunday where was everyone going? These people weren't tourists, some were wearing suits and looking like they were off to work. Although there seems to be plenty of churches around, Sunday does not seem to be a day of ...
... beach', which was delicious. There was a charming chime as the clock rung its bell every 15 mins, while other tourists had had the same idea as me and were resting their tired legs. I heard some Brazilian and Australian accents at other tables. It was time for a new plan of action. I read that Bob Dylan used to live on 94 Dougal St and played at Cafe Wha on the same st in Greenwhich village, the very st I had been to only the other day. ...
... off to one of our destinations, we got word that Obama was in town and would be attending a play on our block. Of course we had to see the action, so we headed over. The police and secret service barricaded the streets and a tent was erected in front of the theatre for the presidential limo to pull into so he would not be visible to any mal intentioned individuals. We watched as the motorcade went by and the president's limo passed. That was a nice ...
... for ice cream – a couple of Magnums. I thought it wasn’t a patch on Sprinkle’s ice cream.
On the bus there was a rakish looking Irish chap who was telling us all about China, the Kennedys, the Irish, etc. When a Chinese girl hopped on and sat next to him he was delighted! Chinese! It wasn’t long before she was looking absolutely mortified. Entertaining.
We were going to walk on what is called The High Line. It’s ...
... snacks'. It was mammoth, and we didn't get anywhere close to finishing the plate!! Another interesting place we visited during this past week was the Tenement Museum. An tenement building which housed immigrants from 1880s till it was closed down in 1935 was then unoccupied (apart from squatters) and left derelict until 1988 when it was purchased to become a 'living museum'. Some apartments have been left in their original unrestored state, but several have been restored to ...