Aka United Nations
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... a lot of misery. The worse part was my trusty runners were not dry by the next day so I wore shoes & my poor feet were not happy that evening!!
We decided to take the National Parks Statue Cruise over to Liberty & Ellis Island while the weather was still good! I have to say before seeing the Statue of Liberty for myself I never really knew what all the fuss was about a Statue!! BUT she's ...
Tuesday 9th September 2014, Day 41 of 50: Cloudy and cool this morning - we even came back after our morning coffee for John to change from shorts to jeans. Caught the train up to the Rockefeller Centre - thinking of going up the tower one ...
... in the way that the lights on Broadway and Times square balanced out the quiet with their visual noise. By the time we had walked the entire length of Broadway the bustle had begun to pick up and entering Central Park with all the early dog walkers felt like walking into a movie set. We wandered through the park climbing rocks, terrifying squirrels, dreaming it was later in the day so we could play at the ...
... competed for my attention, such as the height and architecture of the surrounding buildings; the crystal ball that drops each New Year’s Eve; the NYPD substation; the neon American flag on the Armed Services Recruiting Station; the dozens of taxis; the throngs of people; and, of course, the ABC Good Morning America studio.
The morning before, Hillary stood outside the Good Morning America studio replete with her poster ...
... days washed away the humidity, leaving a hot, dry day, with a welcome cooling breeze. I started on Fifth Avenue and walked uptown through the park, before settling on a bench half an hour later. The atmosphere in the park was paradoxical in the sense that one hand it felt very calm, while on the other, it was a hub of activity. On the road behind me, horse drawn carts carried tourists. Vendors sold hot dogs, ice creams and park ...