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... The recommended ticket price is $22, but doesn’t include any of the special exhibits, but there was plenty to see without it. We started with the "Big Bang" exhibit that used a gently sloping ramp to guide you through the expansion of the universe. They also have a large collection of stuffed animals set in dioramas. Think of the “Night at the Museum” movies. We started with the ...
... in need of a hoodie, and Leesh 'needed' another pair of Victoria Secret bikinis (apparently no others fit???) and also to replace her rain jacket. So we head straight to Victoria Secret and she snags a bargain (from what she says) before we made our way through the hoards of locals and tourists in the city towards Burlingtons. We both manage to strike a good find here and our wardrobes for Europe are finally replaced. We walk around for another half hour or so ...
... section and purchased two second hand and rare books on Robert Kennedy for our son, Nicholas! He was answered our phone call in four in the morning (Australia Time) to ensure we were purchasing books he does not already have as part of his collection!
Visited 9/11 memorial in late afternoon,
Drinks in an irish pub-yes New Zealand Sav Blanc and dinner locally!
Collapsed in bed-we have walked for miles!!!!
... br> Dinner was finally served at 9.30pm. The appetiser was carrot, corn, and raisins with honey mustard, listed as a 'salad'. It tasted peculiar. Then I'd ordered Fusili pasta with tomato sauce, orzo, black olives capers, and parmesan cheese. Fusili are corkscrew-shaped pasta, and orzo is a rice-shaped pasta made from barley - I didn't know that either, till I just looked it up.
We were also served some ice cream in a tub.
I worked on ...
... burly NY policemen sauntered up, the crowd moaned disappointedly and everyone melted away.
Walking, walking,walking, we covered more territory searching for a bookshop we'd visited last time. Giving up we went to John's Pizzeria on West 44th Street, but there was an hour wait for a seat, so we went off to try other fields. On 8th Avenue, Il Forno looked a likely place and it was.
It was cute and Roman- looking, and their pizzas were lovely. ...