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... it to be more built up for a longer distance from the city.
The freeway was not as difficult as I had expected. The traffic was whizzing past us when we were doing the speed limit. We did not mind when we were "stuck" behind a slow vehicle - it gave us a reason to go slowly too.
The drivers seemed to be quite courteous. Cars merging onto the freeway need to move over into left hand lanes and cars let them in. Also, if you leave a space in ...
... that tickets for the crown sell out weeks in advance and they won't be allowed to enter. We feel a bit like celebrities being ushered to our own private line where it's just one security point separating us and about 250 steps to the top of the Statues head.
Climbing these stairs is not for the faint hearted and definitely not good if you suffer from claustrophobia. They are really narrow and you need to go hand over hand to climb them as they climb in a ...
... Picasso, and Monet. After we had walked our feet off there, we explored the Botanical Gardens where there were ancient wisterias, cherry trees and beautifully trimmed box bushes. Wearily wended our way home and just back from our seventh meal which was above our expectations out of nine really good ones! Tonight was at Fette Sau (meaning "fat pig") - pork belly, pork ribs and brisket like you've never tasted! Oh my! Not losing any weight despite the ...
... bones lay mouldering in the earth, listening to a small acoustic orchestra performing with hypnotic zest while people quietly chat and squirrels chase one another around twisted oak trees. Such privileged experiences I refuse to dilute down to a lame blog update: "We're in New York! Woohoo!!" But the one experience I will share here happened on a Wednesday night after spending most of the day at the 9/11 Memorial. Flabbergasted at the volume of tourists mindlessly snapping ...
We left Batavia, NY for New York City around 11am. The directions claimed that it was a six hour drive. We were hoping to meet our friends between 6 and 6:30. The drive in was pretty uneventful, and quite pretty in general; rolling "mountains," and forested valleys lined the highway through New York and Pennsylvania. We reached Lincoln Tunnel in New Jersey around 6:15pm, our GPS said we had 5 miles left of our trip and it would take 22 minutes to arrive. I thought, ...