The Flushing YMCA
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... a street market was on. We browsed the market for a while and Donna brought a freshly made strawberry smoothie. We had decided to walk back along 42nd Street towards Times Square as there were a number of points of interest. Firstly we stopped in at Grand Central Station. This working main transit station has become an attraction in itself. Destined for demolition, it became a 'cause' for restoration and hug name New Yorkers got behind the ...
... the desert stretched out before us, seemingly
endless in its entirely and vastness. The desert really is a very special
place, it has a strange feel, and when you look out of the car window and all
around you is rock, sand, strange stone hills and the odd cactus and tumble
weed, it has a strange effect on you, making you feel very alone and very small
in such a vast open space. But head into we did, and we drove out of Nevada,
through the top part of ...
... movies "High School Musicals" amongst other things. This was her Broadway debut and I think she should stick to movies. I thought she was the weak link in what was otherwise a very strong cast who all turned in excellent performances. Following my experience now on Broadway shows I'm thinking of turning show critic. Sioux was disappointed Audrey Hepburn wasn't playing Gigi but I had to break it gently she's been dead for 22 years. The Day after Yesterday's yesterday. Our last day in NY ...
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 ...
... it has been build with a huge blast proof base many stories high. Walk down to Battery Park for a trip out to Liberty and Ellis Island - queues were the order of the day again but nothing will be as bad as Empire State :-) tickets, security, the boat and then to get off the boat to Ellis and finally massive queues to get back on the boat, so bad in fact we decided not to get off at Ellis Island as ...