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Today we decided to head to the Guggenheim Museum. We didn't get here last time so were looking forward to seeing it this time. Our excitement was rather short-lived as when we got there we found out over half of it was closed while a new exhibition was installed. We still got to see the Masters which was great, a sculpture exhibition by Chinese artist, Wang Jianwei and the abstract works of ...
... times and been grateful recipients of Mal's cooking, and also tried out some of the thousands of NY eating places, including lovely French breakfasts at Lafayette, and Buvette, a paella with lobster (!) at Cafe Espagnol, and a negroni and pasta at Torino. George's 63rd birthday on January 7 was cause for some of the above, and his birthday took an extra surprise turn. We were heading to MOMA, to see the Matisse cut-outs exhibition. The route we took, on a different subway as ...
... watched people taking photos. Wow. What a view, what a moment. I just let the view and moment wash over me as the velvety blanket of dusk oozed over the skyline and the billion twinkling lights of the buildings below slowly took over in a starry canopy.
After the experience I wandered 6th avenue back to the hotel and we then ventured to 2nd avenue on 18th for dinner at the Lantern with Bob and Cathy. We enjoyed great ...
After a long time got my hands over this kitchen again. The one near my office is very crowded during usual lunch breaks. A good salad after a 4 hour drive through the Down Town. Found this outlet on the 7th Avenue. While eating saw many people returning after their marathon run. All clad in some blue coloured coat - by TCS. I wonder how did this people even run in today's weather with shorts when I was feeling cold inspite of wearing 2 jackets ...
... was fabbylus, Top of the Rock, Public library (amazing place), Grand Central Station, Chrysler Building - we did all of this in one morning! Our eyes and brains are working overtime to take everything in and process it. There is so much to see. As well as the obvious (buildings etc), we are taking in smells, tastes, sounds, lifestyle, signs and rules, people, culture, attitudes, a whole myriad of ...