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Travel Blogs from New York City
... trainee guide with him called Ally, she is hoping to tread the boards on Broadway someday, but in the meantime she earns a living as a tour guide. We met up in Times Square at 9am and finished our tour at 6.30pm.
Grand Central Station was 100 yrs old in February 2013. What we didn't know was there was 2 previous Central Stations before this one. The original railway system was above ground. To commence building the subway, the ...
We woke up to the sound of rain on the roof of our RV this morning but we didn't mind too much as today we were dropping off the RV and getting to the apartment in Harlem. We packed up, headed off, back to Tappan. After completing the paperwork for the drop off, we were able to get a complimentary transfer to Newark Airport. Once there, we then organised a shuttle to take us to Harlem. Once at the apartment on 127th St, we settled ...
This morning we had to wake up early and take the train from Debrecen to Budapest. Szili drove us to the train station and literally put us on the train with tears in his eyes as we parted ways. In Budapest Gabby and Peter surprisingly met us and drove us to the airport, and we were so happy to see them. After more goodbye tears we made it to the airport to check in, and took a flight from Budapest to Warsaw, and then Warsaw home. The Warsaw flight was a Dreamliner ...
... of it instead. "judge rules, nutter butter" (friends ref).
After a comatose nights sleeps we awoke with a plan! We walked the length of central park from north west to south (Columbus Circle) its so long! The Jackie Kennedy/Onassis reservoir is out of the world with the classic tree against skyscraper 360 vista. See pics! We then walked down Broadway to Times Sq. What a place! Its mental to say the least......when people cross the road it is like two ...
... of Thomas Shutte,
an German artist. The groups represent two pairs, a he and he and a
he and she, tied together by a string, like a package, each propped on
the pavement by three legs, like those of a easel. The art work is
named United Enemies. I do not know why, they do not seem being happy
in their unity.
I, on the other hand I am beaming with joy. The squealers as well. They
look overweight to me the squealers of Central Park. For sure, too