Blue Bay Inn
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... she is a true beauty. Took in a rooftop bar this evening 230 5th Ave great views and back to our favourite Eataly for coffee before heading to The New Yorker to start sorting out the case, Maze has already done hers. Boot camp over for Maze!! She is so excited to be getting a cup of tea on the plane!! Anyone got any suggestions how to pack 7 pairs of ...
Today begun with a trip to the laundromat! Exciting! :-$ But then we visited MoMA- the Museum of Modern Art. We saw some pretty amazing works-Picasso, Pollock, Lichtenstein, Van Gough, Klimt and Warhol to name a few that I recognised. Incredible! We also saw some interesting pieces. Turns out I have a certain limit for appreciating some of the concepts of the installations. And some of Yoko Ono's works... Yeah. ...
Travelling day. Got to Union Station bright and early, got a watch battery and lined up at a gate full of people with luggage. They let everyone through at once and our reserved seats turned out to be a myth as we had to take any old seat and were all separated. The trip was okay without a window seat, lots of derelict factories etc. took about 3 1/2 hours. Taxi to hotel, checked in and went straight out for ...
... him so we did some more shopping, ending up at Macy's, successfully getting gifts for Pam and Valerie.
Back to Greenwich Village and to the same pub as before, for a drink, then back to the hotel for a nap before going out to dinner. We took a recommendation from Jean-Pierre and went to the Blue Water Grill in Union Square. I have to say this was a disappointment. While the food was good,little else was. For a ...
... bridge that arguable can be as famous as larger grander iconic bridges. Great photo spots throughout the park, you definitely can't help at least a few photos as you stroll along. Perhaps if you were a local, the camera might be put away for a more traditional experience of just enjoying the moment.
My last stop in Central Park was Strawberry Fields, a spot to remember John Lennon. Not hard to find once you spot the gathered singing crowd. Candles & ...