Days Inn Elmsford
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... the-future' trends of British inequality, the spread of Ebola in the Manu River Region- and I think how terrible the world has become. But the truth is that history has always been terrible, that this sense of desperation that grips me and pushes me from place to place is the one true experience- much more than joy or love- that bounds me to the greater, broader nexus of experience that is our human legacy. Just as I was on the edge of feeling deeply saddened by ...
... m glad I went just so I could see what it was like, but it's not something I'd rush back to. I found the time-outs and other stoppages frustrating, I just wanted them to keep the game moving and play for more than a few minutes at a time. Considering the playing time for the game was 48 minutes, plus 14 minutes of half time plus maybe 10 minutes for breaks between quarters, the game should have gone from 8pm to 9.15 - we left after 10.30pm. But I guess ...
... second to none. We spent some time in the beautiful Brooklyn Bridge Park on the far side, watching the world go by, the small fearless birds looking for food and the endless helicopters landing at the heliport we had been at yesterday.
Once we crossed back to the Manhattan side, we decided to head for the Highline; a recently created park using a discussed high level railway track. We braved the Subway - not in any fear way but more in a sense of which way ...
... King Henry's massive field suit of armour, ancient Egyptian tombs and sarcophaguses. We also visited the Death Becomes Her display. An interesting collection of mourning attire worn mostly by woman in the 19th century. We watched the MET light their Christmas tree and viewed the Frank Lloyd Wright display of architecture.
After the museum we caught the train home and had a night in. It was freezing cold and we had walked so much we were beat for the ...
... far as to say best tacos everrrrrr. Next stop was the doughtnuttery, average. Had a bit of a giggle that there wAs an Australian themed stall selling meat pies like they're a delicacy. Too good. Wandered through the artists and fleas shop, which was a whole lot of almost market stalls. Found a cute little ring to replace the one I lost on the road (wahhhhhh, still so sad I've lost the ring ash proposed ...