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... in Queens and New York and with the history and
technological change in motion pictures, which I found mildly interesting.
I am unclear as to where Astoria ends and Long Island City
begins, but the other attraction in the Astoria area is the Isamu Noguchi
Museum, a converted industrial space a block from the East River that houses a
large sculpture collection by Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi. The works
are mostly abstract ...
... we bought the city pass for the attractions. Saved a lot of money and helped guide the decision making process since we had a list of attractions it covered. Great public transport network. People in general seemed fairly rude. The girl that sold me my nerds at toys r us ignored me for 2 minutes while she finished sending a text message. The food was good but didn't blow my mind. In fairness I didn't go anywhere too expensive and did have the Glutard factor in play. ...
... travellers. So luggage is a problem because you do not want to be seen like a tourist. One or 2 luggage is fine, but like us, its a total of 6 luggages. Thanks God we stored 4 in the hotel and we never get to re arrange our stuff except the last day when we were about to fly out. One thing I must mention before I forgot, when we packed our stuffs, the bell boy gave us a room for privacy. Of course we have to tip him. Then we ...
... days so we were lucky to catch em. Plenty of booze got consumed and before we knew it, it was 5am and we were all walking sideways. Eventually got to bed after 6 and absolutely ruined ourselves for the next day.
We still managed to get a fair bit done, got the bus around the city, went to ground zero and saw the memorial which was unreal. It was really amazing to see, very chilling, sent goosebumps through your body. We had a look around Wall St and ...
... a dramatic backdrop with the sun cowering behind black thunderous clouds. Andy regretted his cocktail choice called Secret Garden. It consisted of gin, kalamata-infused vermouth, oregano and tarragon and basically just tasted of olives with a big kick of alcohol. We made sure Andy visited the "exhibitionist" toilets before we left and headed for dinner at Recette.
Boy were we about to be in for a treat! It ...