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... that was a good idea, so the three of us set off together. Anita was from New Zealand and will be in Melbourne for the convention. The walkway along the middle of the bridge above the cars. It was enjoyable walking across the bridge even though there were lots of people.
We walk down to the 9/11 memorial, they are still working on part of the site. Armed security is everywhere. They are dressed in almost an army uniform, a bit confronting. They ...
... hips and expose the thong underneath quite nicely....add to that her jockeying for position at the front of the group, her wobbly style and the drooling males following and you get quite a recipe for disaster. Nevertheless, it is an easy pace relative to our San Francisco jaunt! Stan tells us interesting facts about every part of the park as we ride through it and we have several photo-stops. Interesting that Americans felt the need to import Dutch elm tress to ...
... night. I walked two blocks and stopped outside a T-shirt shop. A blackboard sign said: "Everything $2. Tonight only!" I went inside and looked around. The first Tee to catch my eye was a New York City type worn by John Lennon. On the same rack was a black Tee with "New York ******* City" emblazoned across the chest in a silver font. I found the same one in a size to fit my daughter, Jessie-Mae. Another Tee said, "**** You You ******* ****." That will do nicely for ...
... tour. The Cathedral was large but did not have the presence of some of the older ones we have seen in Italy or even in the UK.
Then we grabbed a quick cookie and walked down to the nearest Subway station to get back to the hotel.
We freshened up and then went out for our last evening meal in New York. Ruth and I had New York steak and New York Cheese cake; JJ had chicken in tomato and cheese sauce.
A very different day but a good ...
... skyline and the Hudson River. It is without doubt my new favourite place which we then followed with dinner at one of my favourite restaurants, Bistro Milano.
On Saturday we walked the High Line which looked so different from when I last did it in April. All the flowers and plants were in full bloom, it was beautiful. We got off the High Line at Chelsea Market as Thomas hadn’t been in there before and ...