The J House Greenwich
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Monday April 13
Tonight we are suppose to have a Harbour Lights night cruise around the Statue of Liberty but on confirming, they only run them Fri, Sat. and Sun. So we have a whole free day and night to do what we please. Bradley and I have a cold and I have no voice so I can't talk as nothing comes out. Must have the New York bug..
We hail a taxi and it worked. We were taught the technique by the narrator on the bus to step off ...
... oldest in NY and wrought with cast iron buildings that are still elegant and gorgeous today. An old neighborhood, but one you want to be in if you want to be seen, especially if you're a higher end retailer. These store locations don't make a profit, but it pales in comparison to what their associate stores rake in. We also saw some of the earliest considered skyscrapers in NY.
One of the most interesting parts of the Soho portion was walking past Dominique ...
... To our right will be the west side of Central Park at all times. The first point of interest was the Columbus Circle. Named after Christopher Columbus this traffic circle is at the intersection of Eighth Avenue, Broadway, Central Park South and Central Park West. It is the point from which all official distances from New York City are measured. Time Warner Center, the headquarters of the Time Warner Corp. is located on the west side of the Columbus Center. A ...
... spent most of this journey typing up my blog while Andy demonstrated a nodding dog sleeping. Not a great deal to see, wooded areas or back of industrial buildings with the odd residential area. Surprising the train did not hoot it's horn that much. It was quite amazing crossing over the lakes/bays. Baltimore looked really run down with many derelict buildings. Cez says downtown Baltimore is a dodgy place, Alex says it's the 7th worst place in USA.
Central park was on the agenda for today so we caught the train to 72nd street at the bottom of the park and we walked through to the lake after getting some breakfast from one of the thousands of Hispanic run breakfast joints in town.
Courtney was pretty excited when we got to the friends fountain. We took some selfies and some photos and then we walked down to the big tree alleyway ...