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... immigrants who traded in beaver pelts. This was a very lucrative business and the Dutch were worried that the British would want in on their industry so they built a wall, along what is now Wall Street, to keep the British out. The wall was made out of wood which, during the harsh winter, the Dutch themselves used for fire wood. At this stage New York was named New Amsterdam. Once the Brits moved in the name was changed to New York in honor of the King's ...
... sightseeing and some shopping. Time got away on us and before we knew it it was 10pm and we were just having tea. Back to the Hotel at 11.59pm. Would you believe Tash and KC were awake at 6.30am! Quiet day at Hotel today, time to catch up on washing and recharge, not to mention do this marathon blog! So that is our week. Sorry to bore you ... So proud of the girls, their patience and good spirits in trying times. Great team work!
... to circumvent the heaving sea of bodies.
The Amtrak porters are known as redcaps, fitting as they wear, you guessed it, red caps.
As we watched and made notes we began to see a pattern emerge..
Every so often a person, usually elderly or infirm would approach one of the redcaps and were then escorted off with their luggage..
With some coaching in how to look helpless and weak, CJ was dispatched ...
The rain stopped today and it has fined up to be a beautiful day. We set off this morning to take the subway to Grand Central station. It was crowded as usual but then I think it is always crowded. We got off at grand central and made our way up to the top and into the main hall. it is quite spectacular and very ornate, although not as huge as it looks in the movies. There is a fresh food market there and a ...
... We caught the 2 train uptown to Trader Joe’s at 72nd St to stock up on Speculoos spread, hot sauce and more chocolate! There will be a tasting party at our house when we get back to eat all of this! This store was spread over 2 levels and had a trolley escalator between them so you could move your groceries between them. It was a bit like ALDI in that it was mostly Trader Joe branded items. There was a guy with a flag “the end of ...
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