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By Rich / Abba
We stayed in bed until around 8, slowly got up and dressed, and headed out into the heat and humidity to the Murray Hill Diner on Lexington and 33rd for breakfast, and then introduced Shannon & Johnny to the New York subway. It was an authentic introduction—even though it was around 10 am the uptown Lexington Avenue local was packed like rush hour. We crammed ourselves in, rode one stop to Grand Central, took the shuttle to ...
On our way back to the subway, we nearly completed the perfectly symmetrical day, but missed the closing of another artisanal baked goods purveyor (the supposed inventor of the cronut) by literally a minute. He was just closing the door as Marina rushed up, and her entreaty that we had come all the way from Oakland was met with just a regretful smile and a shake of the head. Oh well.
- DMH with edits by MVC
... forward to the days to come and I hope to someday travel around the world.
Mackenzie-This was one of the most amazing experiences that I have ever had. Quito, the Galapagos, and the Equator were too gorgeous for words. Not only were they absolutely stunning, but the people, histories, and cultures were extremely unique– I could have spent hours wandering the streets, watching and interacting with people going about their daily lives. ...
... TV and movie cliches it offered. Flying in I couldn't get the lyrics of 'New York, New York' out of my head and was like a little kid the night before Christmas. Woohoo, we were spending a week in New York!! Our abode for the week wasn't set in a classic East Side address with Carrie and the girls though, rather in the real world we were staying in the rough and gritty but turning trendy Harlem. After taking the subway on Thanksgiving night from JFK airport, we stepped out onto ...
Once upon a time, I went to watch a movie with my family. The movie was called Caravan (now renamed into The Himalayan Caravan). As far as I remember, it was probably the only movie we watched in a theatre together and with interest.
The movie, based on a real lifestyle , is about a very very remote village in a region called Dolpa which lies in the Himalayas. The story revolves around the journey of these people to a nearest town to sell salt and get basic necessities ...