Hotel East Houston
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... of a triceratops and also of a plesiosaur. Some people have suggested the Loch Ness Monster (if it exists) could be a surviving plesiosaur.
There was also a section on it early and extinct mammals. Among the most fascinating was a display of early elephants, remains of which had been found in North America, including a giant mastodon.
We spent time in the African animals section. There were some excellent displays ...
We first started the day by waking up at 11:00. It was already hot when we woke up. We didn't have any breakfast but while we were walking around, we found a hotdog stand, so I had my first ever American hotdog. Not good! It was really bad, I ended up throwing half the thing out. After walking around for an hour, we found the American Museum of Natural History. That museum was the ...
... sights from the bus then Statue of Liberty on the water cruise before a mad dash back to our suite to wash and change for the theatre! The Book of Mormon was amazing. Great energy and great performances from this hilarious and shocking award winning musical. We found our way back to our suite! And enjoyed a chilled glass of vino to end another brilliant day on this trip!
Another sizzling hot ...
... finally turned and it was absolutely pouring with rain. There was no choice to but to make a run for it, literally sprinting through the downpour, to the nearest pub! A lovely old one James and his flatmate Kim liked where we drank halfs of ale for several hours and asked questions about American life. Later on we moved onto a sports bar that did really good proper American food, mozzarella sticks, burgers and dozens of 10c chicken wings in ...
... Central Park. However, I didn't realise the subway was express and I ended up 20 blocks from where I needed to be. I walked down, had a short stroll, then had to head up back to where i came from to start the tour. The tour was good, and I really enjoyed seeing the brownstones (see photos) which we so often see on the TV. There was a bit of history and some pieces of street art, but other than that it was fairly non descript. Tomorrow I have a tour of ...