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 ...
... lives in a high rise apartment with stunning views of the East river, Brooklyn and the Brooklyn bridge. We met Cathy, Cari, Keith and the wonderful Cody. We enjoyed a perfect turkey dinner, with sweet potato, stuffed mushrooms, string beans, biscuit and apple pie for dessert. Yum. Thanks Bob and family, especially Cathy and Cari for the cooking. Did I say it was yum. Yum
Pretty nice drive today, from Buffalo to Rapid city via mt Rushmore. Also made a slight detour to eyeball Devil's Tower state monument on the way, was pretty cool! Mt Rushmore was 'free' but you had to okay $11 for parking. Sneaky buggers. Super cool though! Found the 'making of' information and all the politics behind the ...
... the end along a new section (stage 3) which has only just recently opened. They were still working on some of the pathway. The work is done by a group - Friends of the High Line and this new section has not been formally planted. They have left the vegetation as it had self seeded so it has a far more natural look.
Train again to Union Square where people were out catching the sunshine. There was a group of people dressed in suits and dresses, covered from head to toe with ...
... a run down of how the masses received on a daily basis were processed through the Registry Room (Great Hall). I did some research and found out six young Nasternaks were processed through the facility between 1903- 1910 and interestingly on their papers they were listed as both Russian and Polish in nationality. I didn't realise but the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island were also badly affected by flooding due to Hurricane Sandy (October ...