Flushing Grand Hotel
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Slept very very late, watched the parade on TV. Finally roused the college kid with musings about New York pizza. Made our way through throngs of unruly people in green to lovely Neapolitan spot. Arugula salad and pizza with fresh mozzarella and ricotta. Satisfying. So the help there told us to be careful later because of the green sidewalks... Assuming they mean green beer spills or worse. A visit to 30 Rock and a little shopping on 6th avenue as 5th was closed for ...
... is a kind of terra incognita for me. I naturally know
Manhattan; I know some of the Bronx from growing up nearby in Yonkers; and even
Brooklyn is a place I’ve been to a few times. Queens, though, is a place I’ve
only driven through or taken the subway on the way to somewhere else, usually
La Guardia or Kennedy Airports, or someplace farther out on Long Island like
Jones Beach. I don’t think I’ve ever in my life made Queens ...
... show: 'Wayra Fuerza Bruta'. It was amazing. You stand in the middle of this room. You get ushered around to different parts of the room. The show kind of happens around you. It is described as a cross between cirque du solei and a rave. Pretty accurate description. They even had a giant clear swimming pool overhead that people did artsy things in above us. Mitch had his and GKs jalopeno tequilas after the show and was very merry the rest of the night. A refreshing break ...
... the sights including a number of Broadway theatres and the venue for The Late Show. We eventually made it to Columbus Circle (South-west corner of Central Park). Walked around Central Park for a while then caught a horse and carriage ride which took us around the southern half of the park. It was quite expensive - we probably got ripped off - but it was a nice romantic way to see the park, even though it was cold and damp. We stopped ...
... left behind. The police and firemen who completed the long task also suffered extremely from the toxins and the death toll continues to grow. Yesterday we went on a walking tour of Greenwich Village. A very informative guide gave us an insight into the history of the area and in particular where various artists and singers commenced their careers or lived in the area. Names such as Bob Dylan, Barbara Streisand, Neil Diamond and Peter Seger started their careers ...