Bubba and Bean (BB) Lodges
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Apparently you haven't seen New York until you leave Manhattan Island. So, we left and went to Brooklyn. Brooklyn Bridge was quite amazing. Walked over the bridge into Brooklyn and walked along Brooklyn Heights Promenade and then down along the greenbelt through to DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass). Brooklyn was really quiet and more …
Walked the High Line today which is an elevated rail line that has been converted into a trail that weaves through the Lower East side. We stopped at the Chelsea Markets which was quite interesting.
Thought we'd stop in for a bit of shopping. Checked out Macy's and then onto H&M. Kirsten bought clothes at H&M. Didn't make it to …
Wandered through Central Park to get to the Natural History Museum (where Night of the Museum movie was filmed) and stopped off to see Belvedere Castle which was very quaint.
The Museum was great and the best bit was the Dinosaur Exhibition. The Blue Whale was massive and Ella loved all the various animals on display, especially the Brown …
Time for Ella to chill out. She's very excited about it. Its only a small zoo, but very cute. The red pandas were the cutest and of course the penguins are famous thanks to Madagascar.
That evening we headed off the World Trade Centre Memorial. Quite a site and again, lots of people. They've now built a shopping centre attached to the site …
Decided to head off and walk Downtown (in hindsight...big mistake,we were exhausted before we did anything) and weaved through central park.
Interestingly, no one has balconies, but everyone flocks to Central Park.
Times Square is full on with so many people!
Broadway is lit up like a christmas tree.