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... thing called Bartolito, which I have been threatening for several years to order and eat for dinner, so tonight I did!) and then took a cab back to my hotel to change so I wouldn't have to sit in soaking wet clothes in the theater all evening. Traffic was an unbelievable bear (who would drive in Manhattan????), and it took 35 minutes for the poor driver to get me roughly 16 blocks. Fortunately, it stopped raining by the time I got back, ...
Wow, I think that New York could contend for the most eventful stop so far on the trip... We crammed in all we could in 7 days but I think that that amount of time was enough for us.
We did a lot of the touristy things that were expected- spent a day in Central Park, overlooked New York at the top of the Rockefeller Centre, walked across the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges and paid a visit to the 9/11 memorial, we also walked ...
... well let's say literally burst and it poured and poured for the whole two hours of the tour. I will never believe again that a poncho can save you from New York rain and wind, pelting at you on an open top bus on Manhattan Bridge. From the crack I made through my plastic hood big enough for on eye, the New York skyline will stay with me forever and so will this memory of our soggy bums.
So next off to catch our 8 hour coach to Canada.
... a marathon to be had once home! The thing to do when you get married in New York must be to have your photos taken in Central Park. We saw about 4 bride and grooms having porous done. It was so lovely and they all looked so beautiful and happy. Also had a detour into the Met, we didn't go all the way in but it was amazing to see the inside. The buildings here are so incredibly detailed. The plan was to make our way back to our hostel then get ready for ...
... walking the area back to the Woolworth building.
We then enjoyed a fascinating tour of the lower levels of the building. It's generally closed to the public, so we were treated to some rarely seen areas, which were pretty cool.
Bob enthralled the group with his knowledge of the history of the building and the personalities involved in building it and making sure it remains in place today.
After the tour we enjoyed a muffin and hot chocolate.
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