Edith Macy Conference Center
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We headed out this morning to the American Natural History Museum in the Upper West side. Not too far from our hotel (in NY Terms), but on hot day like today, definitely a subway ride. The museum is a magnificent old building, located in Central Park West. A huge place with gallery after gallery of exhibits. We viewed the Mammals of Africa, the many dinosaur galleries. Halls on Native American culture and we went I thought the Planetarium for a great explanation of space and ...
... like that) they have tea party's anyway, I like tea and I like parties so it has to be good! We are staying with a gay couple (men) they are young and quite wealthy I think. I hope they provide breakfast! I'm hungry! So favourite places in New York, it has to be up the top of the World Trade centre for one, the view was breathtaking and the experience was quite surreal. I did say a prayer before going up there I'm not going to lie. I made it down alive ...
Our goal is to fly with carry on only luggage.
I've obsessed over this for months and here we are.
On the down side, Calvin's cold that won't end, has now been transferred to me. Feel free to let me know any magical decongestion remedies for 24 hours of ...
Upon waking up this morning, Mom and I knew we had a long day ahead of us. We had planned to go to the City and there was no time to waste. We showered, packed up the room, ate breakfast and left the Hampton Inn around 11:30am. Then, we proceeded to drive all the way around the bottom perimeter of Brooklyn on the Belt Parkway, to see the snow covering the sand on the edge of the water. After what seemed like a fairly short drive, we ...
... 8217; posters put up for family members, and reminders of lives once lived. For instance, they showed remnants of paper from the office blocks, a fireman’s hat, and other personal articles. They even had answerphone messages for a fireman from anxious family and friends. These exhibits were rather chilling. Suddenly the victims were humanized as family members just going about their daily business. What was particularly haunting was the ...