Holiday Inn Somerset-Bridgewater
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... there just to make you stop and think? The American Museum of Natural History was our next stop. We arrived quite late in the day and only had an hour and a half to make our way around. To say we did an express visit would be an understatement. It would take days to see everything! We quickly visited the geology exhibits; the marine exhibits which also has the enormous whale model that is suspended from the ceiling and which visitors can lie under; ...
... to the "High-line". I had read an interesting article on the High-line a few year ago in National Geographic Magazine. It was once a high level train that was built in the late 1920's and served Manhattan, but as vehicles became more prevalent, the train was used less and less till it was completely shut down in 1980. Nature took it's course over the years, and simply over-ran the train tracks. Zach said this part of town at once time was very ...
... Liberty, and the Brooklyn Bridge, just to name a few of the sites. On the other side, Central Park laid out in front of us like a green island in a sea of buildings. To our surprise at the very top of the observation area the wind and the temperature felt more pleasant than at ground level. But from wherever we looked, the city earned its nickname of Gotham City as it spread out before us both in height and in area.
Our tour gave us extra time for lunch before ...
... big, this huge shuttle that takes up the majority of the space. If you have a look at the people below it in the photo, you'll realise how big it is. And remember when there were the various take off or landing accidents due to 'tiles' coming off? Well, after being only a couple of feet away from the nose cone when I was standing on a special ramp, I realised that the shuttle is covered with what actually is special tiles. Pretty shocking ...
... because it meant that we could sit at the tables at the front and experience more of the deli. The waiter came by almost immediately to take our order but we hadn't read the menu, so he said he would be back - except he wasn't - for ages- and we weren't allowed to ask anyone else. By the time he did come back, we asked if we could order coffee before deciding on our meal..... That didn't seem to be the right thing to say, so we quickly placed our order as well. I was the last ...
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