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... previously but ok. Central Park was just beautiful. As it was starting to get dark we couldn't spend that much time there but the kids thoroughly enjoyed the playground and we will definitely be back. We then braved Wholefoods which was so busy- we could hardly move our shopping trolley. After getting some supplies we headed back to the hotel for movie night and a relax- altogether a lovely first day in NY and looking forward to the rest of our time here.
... when there's less tourists around! A short walk from here, Guy took us to a tunnel which runs right behind the falls. There are two viewpoints where you can stand right behind the cascading water. Being so close really gives you a sense of it's power. Guy then took us down to the Hornblower boat terminal where he advised us that the front right of the ferry is the best place to stand. There was nobody else standing there when we boarded (obviously they ...
... and moved on - large areas still a job in progress - of walk ways, gardens and sculptures. We found our way up into Brooklyn Heights where the views of Downtown Manhatten were marvellous! Dined at a little Italian called Oregano.
Monday we met our New York Greeter, a 71 year old dapper wee Jewess, so enthusiastic about her City and very informative. She strolled us through the streets of Greenwich, past Central Perk - the cafe ...
... a slice so we can say we tried a New York Pizza. You can order a slice or “Pie” Taylor thought it was funny calling a whole pizza a Pie.
Steps today on the pedometer 22,436 so Taylor and I walked almost 12 miles today – Mike didn't do that much walking today, due to his back. By the end of the day my legs and feet were so sore. My foot that I broke even felt broken again by the time I went to bed I could hardly stand on it.
... you could book which was of the full stadium and in the dressing rooms etc, but it was quite expensive. I would've happily paid it but Phil said he was happy enough to just see it inside and out, oh, and also visit the gift shop! After a good look around and a few photos, we walked to Penn Street station to get the subway to Battery Park. First, we spotted an outdoor market so decided to get some lunch. We spotted a stall which was making fresh 'Empanadas' which are like ...