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Friendly welcome, great room, convenient food and bar. Great for an overnighter.
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Dave woke early on our last day in NYC and headed up a few blocks to Central Park for a run. Five or six kms with lots of other people exercising was a pleasure, and a nice memory to return home with. We then went to 5th avenue to the Abercrombie & Fitch store for a quick spot of shopping, then back to the Hotel to check out. As our rental car wasn't ready until around 4pm, we left our bags and went ...
... with a significantly lighter wallet. Picked myself up a couple of nice polo shirts at one of the shops and managed to stumble across some rather pretty looking street artists. Thinking it would be rude not to have my photo taken with them Lucy gladly took my photo. A chap who looked surprisingly like Jesus photo bombed the background which made the resulting image even more arty. Pedometer reading at the end of the day - 10.9 ...
... encounter with the past, my step-sister, Florence, but it would have to wait until the next day. We were supposed to meet up with her that night, but she had some maintenance issues that had to be dealt with. Instead, we met with Joyce. Joyce and Sandy have been friends for about 40 years, 43 to be exact. Joyce was even the maid of honor at our wedding in 2000. So what did we do? How about the Maryland Live! Casino. Maryland ...
... and we were back on our way to watch The Lion King. In that short period of time the weather had managed to change from hot and sunny to cool and heavy rain. We did manage to arrive just in the nick of time, but looking less glamorous than we'd have liked for our first Broadway experience. I could tell the person taking tickets was thinking ‘most people normally get dressed after going in the shower not before’...
... around and also went to see the Memorial at Ground Zero. The area is still under a lot of construction and the Museum had just been opened by Barack Obama on Thursday morning and only family of those who had lost their lives in the tragedy were allowed in for the first week. Two pools (one for each of the towers) have been built and water cascades down the ...