Aka United Nations
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... family - John said the Dad looked like a Mormon. What intrigued me was the son - a lad of about ten, with an angelic face, wearing a light green shirt, and a green tartan tie. there was also a Mum, and three grown-up daughters. The lad had honey-coloured hair, a round face and blue eyes.That's the fun of eating out - people watching!
We had left the hotel at 11am, and at 7pm we were still in Manhattan.
It was time to go home.
... although each of us separately had a little snooze or two as we were all tired from the previous few days of early starts and late finishes)! - We had a light sprinkling of snow while we were on the bus yesterday morning - this had not been in the forecast. a bit of snow is forecast for tomorrow morning so it will be interesting to see what ...
... as did the key lime pie that followed. Work colleagues will be familiar with my obsession of the thought of bacon brownies. Perhaps melon bacon cheeseburgers might have a future. Where's Delia?
Although I was sorry not to meet up with Martin, who was otherwise engaged in driving his second son back to Uni in Los Angeles (and UK parents complain about their 'Uni runs'!), it was great to catch up with Jim, who, ...
... was the next thing to look for...
I can not tell you how excited I was to see Central Park, meaning I was close and again making the race really feel ALL AMERICAN! Emotions were wild but focused on the goal. We ran along the park for what seemed forever because I thought we were to enter it, eventually we did and the rolling hills hit filled with cheers as I just tried to maintain and avoid cramping. The last part we exited the park for a solid 2-3 blocks filled to the ...
... has also survived it's own disaster when a B45 crashed into the side of it between the 79th and 80th floors in 1945. Despite sustaining some damage and the loss of 14 lives, it was business-as-usual within a couple of days. Apparently to this day, as a result of that crash, a female cleaner still holds the record for the most floors survived by a plummeting elevator (75 floors). Imagine how scary that would have been!
While we are here and because it is included on our ...