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... M but finally decided that, as tourists, what we really needed were some really tacky I <3 NY scarves and I even managed to find matching gloves :-) Between those and the strawberry hat, I really thought I was in danger of Pete disowning me :-) Newly kitted out in our totally inconspicuous knitwear, we headed down town on one of the hop on - hop off tour buses, immersed in a herd of other excited tourists wearing equally ridiculous woolly garments :-) We stopped off at the ...
... is not good! We made our way to MOMA, the Museum of Modern Art. There was a lot of walking to get to MOMA. And a lot of jumping puddles, walking over ice and slipping on the pavement. It was crazy. And freezing. Unbelievably cold. The snow was coming down hard enough that we used umbrellas to protect us. It was easier where there was salt on the ground but that was mainly outside large hotels and on some intersections; I was glad to see that even the New Yorkers ...
... that buskers jump on the trains, and bands appear in the local bars and restaurants, providing the creative culture I was expecting. My main objectives here were Broadway and the Statue of Liberty, all of which I've done so I'm not leaving with any regrets, however I know there are lots of things to see next time. It was great to see Matilda, it's such a great interpretation of the book and Tim ...
... a viewing area 70 stories above the city of New York, known as the Top of the Rock. Standing 850 feet above the street level, it has been an observation deck since it was first opened in 1933. In just 60 seconds the elevator takes you to the 67th floor of the building and the first level of the observation areas atop the building. To enhance the ride, the top of the elevator is made of glass that allows the passenger to watch the many floors of the building race by ...
Hi Everyone. I was on the subway early this morning to go uptown to the Intrepid Air, Sea and Space museum. Took all of about 10 minutes. This subway is wonderful and I really have got the knack of it now, even to the stage where, like a real New Yorker, I've had what could be called a polite disagreement with the disagreeable 'witch' that's in the booth when you go down into the subway here on 14th Street. Couldn't crack even the beginnings of ...
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