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August 5th – day 93
We all woke up late today after our
super busy day yesterday. Well late is relative, it was between 7.15
and 9am depending on age and gender. The girls always wake before the
boys in our family, at least while we travel.
Headed to local pool at 11am for some
water sun and shade. Lovely relaxing 3 hours. Cool waterslide and
large pool plus kids pool. Then home for rest after a ...
Cruised right around the island of Manhattan, unfortunately dull but nice and cool. Saw all 19 bridges, but don't ask which is which! At the northern end is a very fancy baptist church built by Rockefeller in memory of his mother. Apparently the congregation objected to the fanciness, but he said, I'm paying so put up with it (or words to that effect!). Spent a delightful couple of hours at the ...
... a small apartment this would be a great place to have access to.
We finished off our trip to New York with another walk across the Brooklyn Bridge, a quick visit for me (alone this time) to a local artist shop where a husband and wife team made leather bags (him) etc with printed works of photos (her) on them that was in our street. The boys watched the football.
Thanks New York, you have been great again! Iceland here we come.
... This was an astonishingly good performance in every respect. One voice to a part works so well! As we were heading up to that part of town, we made a big day of it by going first to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. One of their volunteer guides took a small group of us on a tour demonstrating the breadth of this amazing collection. We visited fascinating areas of the Museum we would never have chosen ourselves (Greek, Egyptian, Chinese) as well as discovering more about some ...
Now this was a challenge! My transportation of choice (the bus) just wasn't happening and I couldn't get past 6th avenue as they were having a Veterans Day parade (kind like our Anzac Day parade I think) I'm sure there are underground routes - but they are not listed in the Lonely Planet
"They will have a parade for anything" I heard one New Yorker say in passing.
In the nick of time and a very sweaty ...