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... Amsterdam and then over the ensuing years. We exchanged letters and Christmas cards, keeping in touch with the important moments in both our lives, such as the birth of our respective children and other major life events. As the internet took over our lives, we became Facebook friends, which allowed us to keep in touch more often with the day-to-day occurrences in each other's lives. And now here she was, dropping everything and visiting with us on our trip. This ...
Our first Christmas Day away from home! We originally had 2 reservations, but on advice from locals we cancelled both and went to a lovely Italian restaurant in the North End. Cantina Italiana was lovely- lovely service and food. Prawns and meatballs for entree, seafood pasta and chicken / broccoli pasta for mains, beautiful fresh bread .... very nice :-) It was lovely walking through Boston to get to lunch.... lots of Christmas trees, including the one on ...
... It's construction is astonishing with the main two piers at each end and the cables.
Once we made it across the bridge, the weather had closed in a bit and sun was replaced by rain cloud. We had a hot chocolate at a little cafe near City Hall.
We then thought we'd visit the 911 memorial. We were only a block or two from the site. So we walked to the memorial and I was amazed by the size of the new freedom tower. It's a ...
... Then we jumped on a train to Coney Island, only to get kicked off halfway down and all trundled onto a shuttle bus. Boo. But we finally made it! Coney Island is really cool with a long boardwalk separating the beach from a massive strip of side show rides and games. Had a wander through but didn't go on any as ash was too scared for the wooden cyclone roller Coaster and then didn't want to upset his stomach after lunch. Lame. For lunch we had ...
... River - and of Manhattan itself, the other islands in the vicinity and Brooklyn. The ferry stopped on the Brooklyn side under the bridge so we decided to get off to walk the bridge. It was something that Ang had earmarked to do anyway. We bought ice creams at the lighthouse and did the one way approximate half hour walk across it. It's well worth doing for the views and the walk. Also it's free. The walkway is above the motor vehicles. Back on the Manhattan side, Jolanta ...