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... Mal, who was watching from the apartment window in Bleecker Street) the memorial fountains are built into their footprints, with water cascading from the edges (where the fallen are named in bronze) to a central void and into what seems like the eternity below. I began feeling very unwell, so we returned to the apartment mid-afternoon. It was a difficult trip back as I felt extremely nauseous, and I only just made it back, threw up spectacularly, and retired to bed. I only ...
The 9/11 memorial was as moving as you would expect from those that were witness to that fateful day and all its ramifications. The memorial is done really well and what touched me the most was the survivor tree - a blackened stump that came out of the rubble, was nursed back to health and stands proud amongst the other trees at the memorial.
I held gently one of the branches and felt its strength and presence. ...
So today I got up really early and went to the box office of The Music Man theatre to try and get a ticket for Pippin tonight. I managed and while I was there I met a boy who was doing the same, ended up chatting and he came for breakfast with me. I was going to Ellen's Stardust Diner - on recommendation from Andrew of course. This place is amazing!!! It's the campest spot in town. All the staff are people like me, between ...
Sooooo going to miss this place....had an early start to make up for lost time yesterday. Started with Empire State Building....WOW!!! Amazing views! We then went to the Museum of Natural History, hot dog from a little vending cart at Central Park plus a nice walk through the park, very emotional trip to the World Trade Centre memorial, some more shopping at Macy's for Jason (honest I didn't ...
Since I have already lamented about leaving New York and I am on the plane heading home, I wanted to remember the things that I loved the most about being in New York, the things I won't miss, and the things that I did miss in Texas. First, the things I loved about New York: 1. NOT driving my car. I loved being able to occupy myself on the subway with a book. I felt like my time between destinations was not wasted. I loved being able to get around relatively quickly. If ...