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... coat, not bad.
We decided to book tickets to go up the Rockefeller centre, one of the tallest buildings in New York city. We chose to go up this instead of the Empire State as from the Rockefeller you get a nice view of the Empire State and it is less busy. So we booked tickets for just before sunset so we could get a day and a night view. After that we headed straight to book onto a city bus tour. We paid a bit extra which included all ...
... gathering. Biblical in content, bountiful in wisdom and brutal in its description of the need for obedient surrender to Jesus Christ.
But wait, there was one more Sunday worship experience in New York City. We were hungry, we had been on our feet all day, running our own little New York marathon, and we needed something to eat. The closest and most convenient food source was Dunkin Donuts. We should never have gone there, because as we exited to head ...
... were tinted ;).....Apparently he comes into NYC about once a month, and well, I timed it to perfection. My first three days in NYC have been jam packed full of new sights, sounds, people and an abundance of blessings. So here goes.....I landed in on Saturday night and was met by the smiling face of my old friend Ilze. We caught a 'yellow' cab across town to Harlem and dragged my suitcase up 6 flights of stairs, well Ilze did anyway ;) a home cooked meal awaited ...
Taylor and I were off to go on free walking tour of mid-section of Central Park. Mike's back was hurting and decided to stay back at the hotel. We had to take the Metro again the cost per ride is $2.50 however we have a loaded Metrocard which is so easy to use. Well we arrived 5 minutes late to the meeting place for the start of the walking tour and they were already gone.
So we decided to go for breakfast at Bottega Del Vino on 59th Street We both ...
... we went up again to the 102nd floor and the views were much better. It was glass but fine for photos and a lot less busy too. We could easily walk around and see a full 360 view of NYC. We were in New York City!!!!! After taking too many photos, back down in the elevator we went and into the gift shop, like most attractions you visit. I almost bought a pin badge, but remembered seeing them 2 for $5 at a shop along the way, so decided against paying more here. It was a ...