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... cycling and walking paths. Some roads running along the river were tiered creating an artificial,cliff effect on top of which parks and sometimes building were placed. some 3 million people use the subways of NYc daily which is 50% of all rapid transport in thenUSA! The urban density is amazing yet they are creating more and more greenspace and cleaning up the river which was once very polluted but can now be swam in, have jet skis,even one old guy paddling on a paddle board ...
... pricey, our bottle of wine cost $80 (USD). We could see the Empire State and Manhattan bridge. I felt like Carrie Bradshaw. After the rooftop bar we went to a Brooklyn hot spot, a funky South African bar and had tasty cocktails.
Day 3: Sunday is a great day to explore the markets. We walked in the glorious sunshine to Williamsburg, Brooklyn. A hip area right on the waterfront, reminded me a lot of East London. Lots of cool cafés, street art, vintage cars, NY ...
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Resturant Row is just near our laundry mat so we are having dinner there so it is easy to collect our clothes afterwards. This will be the first alone dinner Matt & myself will have since the rest of the gang arrived in hawaii. It will be nice and romantic.
We had a lovely dinner on 46th Street and corner of 9th. There are rows and rows of Italian Restaurant's on that strip. The pasta's were delightful and just ...
... to talk with Laura and swig the Champagne out of the bottle (because we are just that classy!) The setting was beautiful and the light was stunning, with the sun going down and bouncing off the buildings and on to the water around the park. I was spellbound. Lucy was a fantastic photographer, didn't pose us ... much ... and yet we still got a few different locations around the park, around a fountain, across a bridge, it was just all so beautiful! From the park it was a ...
... oasis for the city dwellers in warmer weather Not that there are no people there now - kids in parks - dogs being walked - people just strolling and the squirrels squirreling across the ground and through the trees. The park shot in photos is taken from 5th Avenue and that is where Guggenheim and some of the richest homes are. As the tour guide says "this is New York - it is not the outer cause that is pretty plain - it is what is inside that ...
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