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... zoo, I fed the llama and patted goats. Goats are so gorgeous. We have been on the go fairly constantly since leaving Melbourne last Friday and it has finally caught up with Hannah. Little Miss Energy Ball crashed on the couch when we got back to the apartment and it was an early night. Thinking we may need to have a quiet day tomorrow, but considering we still have a week here, that's ok. So no idea what we are doing tomorrow - a surprise for us ...
Our first two days in New York have been big. We arrived at our apartment in Chelsea at 10 o'clock at night, having travelled for more than 36 hours, both longing to lie flat. Since getting some sleep we have walked and walked, exploring our immediate neighbourhood downtown, and then have branched out into midtown experiencing everything this great city has to offer. New York is often called the city that never sleeps and it ...
... a couple of stops at Sephora to finalise her cosmetic needs. Thats nine in total. I played packing horse.
We then headed up to the Natural History Museum, or as Mardi calls it the dead zoo.
I love walking the dinosaur halls and tracing the evolution of life from 400 million years ago. From the primordial tar pit to today, it's a great exhibition. T-rex, a velociraptor, stegosaur, mammoth, ...
... things including finally finding Magnolia Bakery in Bleeker St. (busy with crazy people like me doing a pilgrimage for cupcakes). Wednesday - our last full day here & we started with a subway ride up to 86th & Central Park West. Our plan was to walk down to midtown crisscrossing the park. First cross took us to the Metropolitan Museum of Art gift shop (I make it a habit to never visit an art gallery but I go to all the shops), then down 5th and back ...
Woke up early to another sparkling day in NYC - little did we know that we were in for one of the best days of our trip so far. First things first we got some takeaway breakfast bagels and walked twenty minutes to the corner of 42nd and 12th streets, where the Circle Line Boat Tours begin - something we had all been looking forward to. We got on the 11.30 Landmark Cruise, which navigates around the lower half of Manhattan and back again, passing all ...