Aka United Nations
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... views on either side of the Hong Kong mountains.
The airport is on an island, and is mostly reclaimed land. Our hotel was also on the island,
very close to the airport. The announcement came that our flight was boarding, so we all dutifully
lined up. But the long queue wasn't moving - what was going on? When we were on the air bridge
we found that the staff were checking all the luggage,thus causing the hold-up. I asked them what ...
... the first time with just Richard and we had a very 'grown up' experience. It was my first time and I was seduced by the colour, the noise, the vibrancy. Sept 11 had an obviously profound impact on the people of this great city and they were generous with their time, welcoming of tourists and accommodating of the naive, all being at complete odds with what I have been told to expect. I was in love. Perhaps it was lust as I fell hard and fast. In 2007 ...
... carpark having tailgate bbq's and parties in the cold! lots of activity, noise and pageantry and that wasn't even in the stadium. Our seats, although high up had pretty good views and a mix of both team supporters around us. We had two VERY loud girls with painful, high pitched voices behind us - they were definitely passionate about their team! The Jets were 3/11 and NE Patriots 11/3 going in and the Patriots eventually won as expected, though close at 17 / 16. It ...
Touched down late arvo and made our way into Manhattan on the trains. Used the subway system to get out to Harlem where we were meeting the boys at our apartment. Wasn't long after arriving that we realised we were staying in the hood. We were the only bunch of white fella getting around. We were staying 2 minutes away from the subway station on 137th Street. Took us 10-15mins to get to downtown Manhattan each day, nice and easy.
We got to the apartment ...
... to the American Museum of Natural History. It is one of the largest museums in the world and unfortunately we couldn't do it justice.
We then headed to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. In 1943 Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned to design the Guggenheim. It actually didn't get built until 1959, 10 years after it's benefactor's death. The building is considered a masterpiece, with a spiral ramp leading ton a domed skylight. There was a special ...