Flushing Central Hotel
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... Jackie Kennedy Onassis. Restoration won out and Grand Central Station was fully restored. It is an amazing place. Following this we walked a block to the New York City Library, scene of so many movies we've seen. We didn't go in, not sure it was open, but we had spied Bryant Park to the rear of the library and it had caught our attention. (Also found a camera store opposite the library and I grabbed a new card for the camera. We loved Bryant ...
... then probably more than halfway across
Utah in about 9 or 10 hours that day. The scenery in some places was stunning,
with rich red rock formations creeping out of the sand, huge boulders and
craters were scattered around us like the gods had been playing with the earth,
and lost interest, leaving the landscape now as is. The height and imposing
size of the desert landscapes towered above even the grandest and tallest
skyscraper in Vegas, and proved to be ...
... overslept so a bit of a late start. Sioux's not bothered tho' and is still humming and sometimes breaking out in song from all the songs in Gigi. I'm happy too as I get to relive it all over again. Our collective shopping expeditions have resulted in the need for us to purchase another suitcase and there are plenty of luggage shops around. After looking in half a dozen we find the right case and I'd like to point out that what follows is entirely the fault of Kate and she has a lot ...
... briefly famous every
summer as the site of the U.S. Open Tennis Tournament, and there’s much
construction taking place at a huge new tennis stadium at the Billy Jean King National
Tennis Center. The park, though, is enormous and contains numerous sites of
Flushing Meadows was the site of America’s two great
mid-century international expositions, the World Fairs on 1939-1940 and
1964-1965. Back then World’s ...
... there were also massive. Back to Manhattan and on to the subway uptown to 43rd St. And a quick cab over to the pier for the Circle Line ferry cruise around the bottom end of Manhattan from the Hudson and up the East River. The cruise started at 4 in daylight and ended 90 minutes later in darkness - the commentary from an old New Yorker with a satiny voice was excellent! We learnt heaps of ...