East Norwich Inn
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That's all. Not even haunted like I wished for. Lol
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In the morning we went to the American Museum of Natural History. It was awesome. I swear lots of things from the Night at the Museum movies. My favourite was Dum Dum an Easter Island statue. Then we visited a few shops. In the evening we went to see Aladdin, a Broadway show. I liked the sets and the costumes. It was hilarious. It was a really late ...
Where to begin with yesterday? A day filled with a thousand fleeting impressions, the reality of the vast city blurring with fake literary and movie inferences, so that I both doubted what I was actually seeing while also wondering how somewhere I had never been before could seem so familiar. A common response, I expect, that is experienced by a diversity of people who grow up critically dreaming of New York, from Wharton fans to Spiderman aficionados. There was ...
... Nets game that evening. They play basketball at the Barclays Centre in Brooklyn, short train journey away so didn't take us long. Our tickets weren't fabulous, they were on upper tier but still great atmosphere. It was a Jewish holiday so at half time a Jewish basketball game came on the court for comedy purposes, it was rather funny, they tried playing in their fedoras haha! The game was ...
... was so surrounded by Asian tourists you could barely see it, but we headed past them all and down to our goal, the Staten Island Ferry. Here, a huge terminal had been built to channel the thousands of passengers onto the huge ferries that plied the journey between Manhattan and Staten Island. The service was free (somewhat bizzarely given the charges for the subway), which was excellent news for anyone fancying a journey past the Statue of Liberty and back. Which was about half ...
... smiles and awkward silences that she is a gendarme in the French militaire, that her husband is deployed to Afghanistan, and that this is her first trip to America . . . while I struggle to explain through apologetic smiles and awkward silences that my son was twice deployed to Iraq, that I am the proud new gran pere of Jacque, and that this was my first trip to France.
Maybe the first, but I don't think my last.