Jones Street Guesthouse
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Today we did three tours we did a full downtown tour wear we got all the history and cool facts about NYC After that we had lunch at Ellen's stardust dinner were your waiter sing's to the hole restaurant. I learned that the waiter has to adition to be a waiter and they all have the same dream and that's to be on a Broadway hit show. The dinner lost 16 waiter because ...
Ship's position : LAT - 40.05.20N LONG - 73.50.40W
Ship's speed : 18.3 knots
Wind speed : 24.1 knots (27.7mph)
Temperature : 4c / 39.2f
Sunrise : 7.17am Sunset : 4.59pm
Time : GMT -5 hours
A much brighter day greeted me this morning, although I was a bit taken aback as I drew back the curtains with a flourish to find an engineer standing on top of life boat 16 at eye level with me on the other side of ...
... 2, 2014 - It was a freaking cold, cold day with 30 MPH winds. So much so NYRR had to take down lots of signs and even the start arch and wheelchair racer started after the bridge. The All-American race began for me at 4 AM to take the Subway for 1 hour to its end. (not even the closest line because it was being repaired - aka I survived a 4:30 AM walk in Harlem...he he) I jumped on the Ferry to Staten Island, the start. I met a ton of people from everywhere in the world with so ...
... hot chocolate like we have had in Italy and although they try, alas, tis not the same! We still manage to stuff our faces comprehensively. From here we head back uptown because I want to go to 230 on 5th Avenue (I was going to try and go there last night on my birthday, but it was too much effort). On the way, we stop off at the Flatiron Building which is an iconic weirdly shaped skyscraper. It too has an interesting history, but I love the way it looks like a Monopoly piece. ...
Central park was on the agenda for today so we caught the train to 72nd street at the bottom of the park and we walked through to the lake after getting some breakfast from one of the thousands of Hispanic run breakfast joints in town.
Courtney was pretty excited when we got to the friends fountain. We took some selfies and some photos and then we walked down to the big tree alleyway ...