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... remembered from a previous trip with the kids had Lesley's eyes popping out her head! It had every conceivable food- breakfast, lunch or dinner foods all presented beautifully! No sooner had she eaten her granola did Les say she couldn't wait for tomorrow's breakfast! Lesley so impressed with the American loos, the delicious food, the Californian C******nay, the hotel rooms and the genuine kindness ...
... in the Delta Sky Club Nick's lowlight: none Claibourne's highlight: meeting up with the rest of the family Claibourne's lowlight: none Brian's highlight: dancing deer caramel pecan brownie Brian's lowlight: the number of times we tried to take this picture Christine's highlight: all of us kids together for our trip Christine's lowlight: screaming baby on plane ride to New ...
The last day of April was our last day in California for two months.
We flew from SFO to JFK at the painfully early hour of 845 am (we experienced world travelers use airport codes instead of cities, as a kind of secret handshake).
When you are flying with a toddler, you discover the power of manipulating time, ...
... Center Towers were (and the impressive memorials to their former existence, and to those who didn't make it out on September 11 2001); explored the incredibly poingnant 9/11 Memorial Museum; walked down Wall Street; had Subway for lunch; rode the subway; walked the High Line; rode the subway; visited Flushing Meadows; caught a ferry to see the Statue of Liberty; saw the Statue of Liberty; caught a ferry to Ellis Island; explored the Ellis Island Immigration Museum; caught a ...
Manhattan’ Lower East Side is another part of town I’ve
rarely visited. From Downtown I’d sometimes get as far north as Chinatown and
Little Italy and I’ve spent some time in the West Village on a few occasions
but never to that part of Manhattan east of Greenwich Village where the
Williamsburg Bridge attaches Manhattan to Brooklyn.
I started out on The Bowery, a wide Lower ...