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... we could have left a couple of items behind as they were only worn once and not worth hauling the distance. Washing clothes proved relatively easy, especially in hot climates where dryers are unnecessary.
Paying the extra money for flight upgrades from Economy to Premium Economy on the longer haul flights over 8-10 hours. Having room to sleep, sit and move your legs on a 15 hour flight makes a big difference on the other end.
Booking our stays through AIRBNB. ...
... in America there. We have a coffee and start walking to 5th Avenue which reminds me of Green acres on TV. Lots of shops not only high end but some cheaper shops for us and souvenir shops.
We walk to the Empire State building on sit on the steps of the New York library which is very busy. Still doesn't feel like we are actually here. You look down a side street and with the yellow cabs it looks like on e of the dead end movie sets ...
... you order an omelette or eggs benedict. Seating was not reserved for the Verdi, so we were lucky to be early enough to nab seats about a third of the way up the stalls, in the centre. Everything in front of that was 'closed'. It was a wonderful performance, George and I agreeing it was the best we've ever heard live. The soloists were fabulous, the soprano particularly wonderful!! The mezzo was a well-built stocky Finnish woman, the others all American, and enormous. ...
... access to our first TV), to characters from St David's Glenhuntly church and cricket club (like session clerk Frank and cricket scorer Wilma Drinnan, murderous Geoff, delinquent Anne and saccharin Pammy ), to Mal's outdoor bedroom (on our exposed front porch), and his appearance on Keith Smith's Pocket-money 'widdle woundup'. Hilary and George just looked on in disbelief at some of our stories, and much hilarity ensued! By the way, what's pink and wrinkly and hangs out ...
... something alternative to wear. And spent a while buying some new trousers and changing. Anyway I ran out of time and didn't make The Met. So walked over Central Park to meet justice who I wS meeting for coffee. Which was lovely, we chatted for ages and agreed to meet for drinks up a talk building later in the week. I then carried on my day at The East Village as I was ...