La Maison d'Art
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... lemon creme. Its pretty good and we enjoy two each. We leave St Regis giggling (well I was laughing) cause we so didn't fit in there the way we were dressed.
We make a quick stop to Time Square to check out the prices for Avenue Q at the TKTs stand. You can only buy the tickets for shows on the night and can't pay for them in advance otherwise you pay full price. So we enjoy the lights for a while before jumping on the metro home.
Day 3: today we head to see Lady ...
... thankfully. Due to the buildings being all around too, there was quite a lot of shade.
On our way down we realised how busy this city really is, every day of the year. Once we got closer there were plenty people trying to sell tickets to go up to the top, but I am always reluctant to buy off the streets. They all had uniform and name badges though, so we stopped and listened what they were offering. I wasn't really listening as I didn't want to buy from them ...
... height nearby, and it certainly doesn't dominate the sky once in Manhattan.
The entrance lobby was very grand, with crystal and marble everywhere. After a short queue, we went through airport style security and took the lift up 70-odd stories. A museum of sorts greeted us, showing drawings, photos and various other pieces of information about the construction of the building. The windows were totally opaque, heightening ...
... In regards to the train I would say it was a good mode of transportation overall. It was efficient and although old and could use some updating, the seats were not cramped like airlines and you had plenty of leg room. There were also charging areas at your seat and Wifi! There was also a lot to look at out the windows. So I give it all a thumbs up. The bathrooms were also large but a lot like airline bathrooms in functionality.
... going....at one of the justice buildings, the guard let me take a picture of the beautiful statues that had been removed from Surrogate's Court.
City Hall Park is really beautiful, a gorgeous fountain and beds and beds of tulips. I couldn't understand why every bike stand I was coming to wasn't working, but decided Plan B was to walk to Battery Park...and by the time I got to Broadway, I figured it out...a bike race. OMG, so ...