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... the next. I had really been hoping to do a harbor lights cruise, but we were never in the right place at the right time - oh well, something to do next time. I had also hoped to do a schooner cruise, but again...never in the right place. We ended up doing the Liberty Cruise which sailed out to the Statue of Liberty and back. One scary thing that happened - I opened my bag to get my zoom camera lens out and there was a big ass spider in my ...
... on the last leg we could of so easily missed our bus.
The main thing was that we made it, and in fact we were early. We had to wait for the bus, but we knew the bus was going to be full and seats weren't assigned, so we didn't mind. Once we got on we could relax and laugh. The journey from Washington to New York took over 4 hours, however it seemed longer as Maureen slept for some of the journey. However, once we got close we could see the giant skyscrapers in ...
As we walked back to Macys in the rain, the top of the Empire State Building was shrouded in fog. After a short time in Macys, we caught a taxi to our 'bus stop' with only a few minutes to spare. We were dismayed when a black Mercedes mini bus bearing the sign 'Z Hotel' turned up.
Our little school bus had broken down!
Back at the hotel we ate the food we'd bought for tea, and had a quiet evening.
... of the building. This year the 90 second show included 3D elements that you could see through 3D glasses. We were lucky that some people stood next to us lent us their glasses. After battling the huge crowds we returned to the flat and decided to take the weight off and indulged in some episodes of House (a medical drama series starring Hugh Laurie).
On Saturday Dad and I headed off to go clothes and ...
... around the labyrinth of galleries.Steph favoured ancient civilisations (I know, that's why she married me!) while I, modernist as ever, preferred more up-to-date, incomprehensible stuff like Braque and Picasso. The range and scale of the exhibitions is quite staggering, so well displayed and arranged, so peaceful to walk about, but so easy to get lost in if you weren't paying attention. A brief interlude to check the Manhattan skyline from the rooftop, and then it ...