Blue Bay Inn
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... the views. The Empire State Building provided the location. Queuing or standing in line as they say here - no idea why we never stood in a line, more like a zig zag through endless corridors before being whisked up to the 80th floor to stand in line again to get to the 86th floor. But the views from there were amazing, a selection of photos below.
A quick walk through Grand Central Station on they ...
We had a ball at the thanksgiving day parade.
See the previous blog entry for photos from the parade.
After the parade we went back to our hotel. Shops were closed and there were people everywhere dispersing from the parade.
We relaxed for a couple of hours before travelling to the financial district to meet Bob and his family for thanksgiving dinner.
Made a visit to Naresh Mamaji. The journey - on foot to Grand Central(an amazing station, can just not stop from clicking pics, was amazed by the dome- worked upon by J.F.Kennedy wife, and saw the famous grand central clock)- caught the train(a very interesting and peaceful journey across the U.S.) and then on the other end at River ...
... another song writing couple, Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann were Goffin & King's rivals and friends at the song writing factory and this couple wrote one of my favourite karaoke songs. "We Gotta get outta This Place". By time they got to the finale, it was like being at an actual Carole King concert and the crowd gave a spontaneous standing ovation for the stars as they appeared for their curtain call. They even did an encore song like a ...
... to scam them for money. I am happy to report that I did not get punched by Spiderman. There are a few good, and very large, places to shop there so I went in a few to look around. I got myself a magnet at a souvenir shop and then found the closet subway to figure out where I was going next. One stop south of Times Square was Herald Square. That sounded like a place I needed to say I had been, so off I went. When you come out of ...