The Flushing YMCA
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its own sake for any reason.
So it strikes me as odd that Lonely Planet rated Queens, NY
as the Number 1 destination in the world for travelers. I guess that’s probably
number one overlooked destination that deserves attention, but still…..what all
is in Queens I’ve wondered to make it so worthy of mention?
Deep in the heart of Queens is Flushing Meadows Park, my
primary destination for the day. Flushing ...
The day I landed again here, both - Ananda and I decided to meet and head out for dinner. But due to her blunders, she made long unwanted trips before she could come to Waldorf. Hence was totally exhausted. We greeted each other and headed out for dinner. Since it was already too late, there were very few restaurants open for dinner. After walking around the streets, we found ...
... but the atmosphere from the crowd was the best we’ve seen in any of the American sporting events. The entertainment during the game lived up to my expectations and included 2 cheerleader dance routines, a kids dance session (which as always was brilliant), a guy winning $1,010 by scoring baskets with increasingly difficult shots moving away from the hoop (he missed the shot from half-way for $10k), the obligatory ...
... in the photos. We then went and checked into our 2nd part of the tour which was a climb up to the pedastool of the statue right under her feet. We felt a little bad for looking up Lady's dress but enjoyed getting some snaps anyway. It was even colder up on the pedastool so we took our photos of the statue and the skyline from this angle before climbing back down the stairs and into the museum. Once again it was very ...
... soup guy make some delicious stuff with heavy cream, we opted for the clam chowder, which was delicious. Apparently not all great food has to be made with love.
I’d never seen a setup like that before. The soup guy was at a station with 3 small kettles that made one serving each. The kettles were on a swivel, like a waffle iron at a cheap hotel. There was one pipe going in on one side and another pipe going out on the other. It must have been ...