The Wall Street Guest House
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... to the North Meadow and there is a nice pond there. There is also a nice stream with a wooden bridge. We go under a cool little rock bridge and wander around the footpaths. There are a lot of people jogging and cycling in the park. There are also lots of baseball fields, tennis courts and hand ball courts here.
We walk part way around the Reservoir before we find Belvedere Castle. We go up the mini tower but not overly impressed by the view. Its a one way street going up ...
... anything. We went into the main bit and it had a kind of cathedral feel to it, a high ceiling and big glass windows all around. You could tell most people in there were just there to see it and take photographs. We walked up the centre main staircase and took some photos looking down. It was very cool to see. Nothing like Wigan Wallgate!!
After we left the station, we walked towards the Chrysler building and MSG Stadium. The Chrysler isn't as high as the ...
... and still our window was missing. We took the bigger table and turned it into Table 182 and joined our new friends.
Several other guests apparently had the same experience and others were just upset by the setup and buffet food considering the cost of this party. Outside of the fact the crew spent an hour trying to get the Infinity away from the dock, the party got moving, the skyline of New York City was spectacular and the 26 minutes of ...
... expensive high schools to attend in the United States. Riverdale is actually made up of three separate schools - Junior (Kindergarten-Grade 5), Middle (Grades 6-8) and Upper (Grades 9-12). The Middle and Upper schools share a campus and the Junior School is situated about 3kms down the road. The Middle/Upper campus is stunning with lovely old buildings and generous tree-lined grounds which serve around 600 students. The astroturfed football field is massive, as is the indoor ...
... eating a sandwich or just chatting while children played in the grass. I suppose little oasis as these are important in a city so covered in concrete. Bryant Park is surrounded on all sides by sky scrapers stretching up into the sky like mighty sentinels protecting this tiny piece of paradise. We wandered around just appreciating the ambiance of everything and even grabbed a slice of the BEST Sicilian pizza ever (can’t stop thinking about it) ...