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... Shop which I had a great time perusing and bought a few presents. I went to meet John in the FDR Library and Museum - he had finished there, but I had a short time investigating all the FDR memorabilia, including his wonderful Ford Phaeton vehicle, which he drove in a maniacal manner around the district ! But then we had to catch the bus to Val Kill - the only home that Eleanor ever owned.
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Today I went to the fire museum.
First I found a colouring competition.
Next I started to colour it.
Soon we went to watch a fire safety video.
After that I went back to colouring.
I coloured the whole time.
Later I went to the whole foods store.
I got lunch there.
a few minutes later I got the subway to my apartment.
I loved my day because I thought colouring was fun. ...
... the frost bite is healing nicely). With only 14 hours to experience New York City there was no time to rest and we had a schedule to stick to so that we could fit everything in.
The agenda was not solely filled with taking in the sights, there was also errands to run that could only be done in the United States. With the game plan set in stone we set out into the cold to make the most of the day no matter how sleep deprived we were. After a subway ride to ...
... were fed mostly by the good folks at Wholefoods with their comprehensive and VERY tasty buffet (as you do) and we COULD have taken it into one of the many parks there but it was getting chilly by that stage (it got even chillier by later in the trip!!!)
We stayed with some great folks from a certain home stay website up in Harlem, really great base for our wanderings through the park and a great area in its own right.
... be that the crowds here are smaller, but for some reason the space feels more intimate than the Rockefeller Centre. I love being up here and the views of lower Manhattan and the river are spectacular.
The Empire State Building was the world's highest building from the time of it's completion in 1931 until the opening of the World Trade Centre in 1970. It is still one of the highest buildings in the world (top 25) but no longer holds the title. Interestingly, the Empire ...