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Travel Blogs from New York City
... on the door you get on a Sunday Morning. What they got away with was unbelievable could not get away with it in Australia far worse than a 12 year old calling Adam Goodes an ape!!!
Times Square was a big buzz on the way back, nearly fell in the gutter not watching where I was going, looking at a naked painted woman - how could you not look. Could have been up for another knee replacement!
The great day was finished off with a Pina Colada and a few ...
... McDonalds for lunch. Game was delayed due to light rain for three hours. Finally got to watch some baseball but could only stay for 6 innings. Had to rush to the East village for dinner with Zee and Jesse. Really nice to catch up with them. Had some alright tapas and then headed back to times sq for a little bit before catching the bus back.
... naff point of the whole tour was strawberry fields in Central Park, which is close to the Dakota Hotel and is a space in the Park that Yoko Ono has paid an absolute fortune to plant a few trees in to commemorate John Lennon (the best part of Strawberry Fields was the large number of squirrels running about!). A lovely Lebanese couple (the Cedars) made a hilarious joke about the escalators in the financial centre not being made for Americans because they ...
... world. People couldn't be friendlier or more helpful. Good transfer, we were last drop off, and our driver really opened up with a helpful guide, right through Times Square, heaving with people. New York Palace hotel undergoing renovations. Result? Upgrade to a suite, virtually brand new, 48th floor, overlooking the cathedral, and directly at Rockefeller Tower. Luxury everything. Drop the bags, quick wash, and out. Helpful concierge provides map, takes us outside to show us directions. ...
... entertained. That's what I would do too. On the plus side both the subway stations and trains were filled with some very talented performers and musicians. Breakdancers swinging from bars on trains, playing drums on plastic containers, live jazz, acrobats and on one train a guy doing amazing tricks with his dog. It was like watching a far better version of Britain's got talent live.
I made it to Brooklyn in one piece without getting lost which was a ...
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