Edith Macy Conference Center
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... Air con!!! And plug sockets. I didn't think I would ever say this because I used to be obsessed with New York, but thank Christ that is over! Don't get me wrong, fantastic place, so much to see and do. But there is only so much you can take when there is thousands of people lining the street 24 hours a day and did I mention it was hot?? I need a holiday basically, but it's on to another city. A city with some culture, where the British ruled for some time ...
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 ...
good happy hour specials. Still full from my big South American lunch all I
needed was two small appetizers to accompany my margaritas and sangrias. Astoria
contains many small scale industrial facilities as well as residences, and a
walk through some of its back streets shows many new small scale condo and
apartment projects going up, clearly geared toward people oriented to Manhattan
who can’t afford Manhattan prices.
Back in ...
... 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 ...