Edith Macy Conference Center
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Today we visited an area that was seriously scary on my first visit to NY, some 20 plus years ago. On that visit (on the way to a helicopter flight) we had to navigate our way through junkie littered streets, feeling seriously ill at ease, loads of fun, not! Nowadays it's a completely different story, cobble stones are dug up from beneath the tarmac, terraces, cafes and (street) art have popped up and hey presto, there's a really ...
... and Tunnel People) fits now that many of
those who would be inclined to use it live in places like Williamsburg,
Astoria, and Jersey City. Wasn’t it Woody Allen who said several decades ago
that his worst nightmare was to be kidnapped by a group of secretaries who
would tie him and force him to say nice things about Queens? There are probably
not so many jokes about the Outer Boroughs anymore.
Astoria is known as New York’s ...
... light snow falling, about -10 degrees c and an arctic wind. Was fun once we warmed up enough but Matthew decided today was the day he was going to get his shirt off and run bare chested in New York - a nice little video on my phone is the proof of his craziness! It was a great run around the middle section of the park, all the lakes were frozen now and it looks so nice with snow remaining ...
... being in town until we got a message. After juggling a few different options and realising that we had potentially out walked ourselves, we headed through the meat packing district to Times Square to meet the Parkhills. They very kindly invited is to join them for lunch which was lovely, especially as we looked a mess in walking boots and outdoor clothes! As Swaz was ...
So we had this booked from the day we got here. Statue was the first stop, we caught a cab from home because Kim can't walk. Got out about zero degrees and windy as, freezing. We jumped on the boat and went across. Lots of pictures and we got to go up onto the pedestal. From the highest point we could get to, continued a spiral staircase to the crown. We took the whole 3 hrs and then left, we didn't get off at Ellis Island it was getting close to the time we needed ...