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... listening to the commentary given so well by the tour guides. We had our final meal in the New York Brasserie which was grand.
So we're packed and ready for our flight tomorrow but want to say thanks to you for keeping us sistersinastate company as we toured.
Les sends special kiss to Winston!!
Take care and see you all soon! Lots of love.
... replied that there was going to be a television show filmed there, and they wanted to match their equipment to the floor colour.
Halfway down the nave there was a display about the Dalai Lama, with some of his wise sayings on posters and some art work.
I was surprised to see two menorahs near the altar, shining and golden [ seven branched candlesticks]. They are 12 feet high [3.6 metres], and were presented to the cathedral in 1930 by a ...
... Avenue the crowds are out in force. We push our way in and find the self service machines in the basement and $28pp later we have tickets for and hour and twenty minutes time. Back upstairs we decide on a coffee and 20 minutes later we get served! God Bless Stabucks and their antwacky service! We use the free wifi and catch up back home and then it's our turn for the high speed elevators. What a gorgeous day we have for views, they say on a good ...
... was. As we broke into different groups some students walked through Central Park and saw the beautiful sculptures as well as the 'Imagine' memorial to John Lennon. Later, the musicians in the band and choir went to their respective workshops at the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens University while the guitarists went to the National Opera Centre to work with Simon Powells, an expat who holds a ...
... of a mission or shelter there that made the Bowery
the place for the homeless as late as the 1970s, but by the 1980s it seemed
like all of Manhattan had been colonized by homeless men with a particularly
big mass of them living in and around Grand Central Station. I’ve wondered
where they’ve all gone since then since I haven’t encountered many homeless on
recent trips to New York City – all sent ...