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This posting is for the two FULL days in New York City.These were our first cloudy days of the trip with light mist/rain most of the first day. But the buses provided us with rain ponchos and we still sat in the upper deck outside on the bus and later on the cruise. Our mornings started with boarding a double- decker bus (Openloop-ny.com) at our …
... of the United States of America. Go forward in time 27 years and I had returned to New York with my now grown up youngest daughter, to again the Twin Towers, but this time it was where they had once stood that we were visiting. Once more I would journey to the basement of the Towers, only this time it was to visit the 9/11 Memorial Museum and gaze skywards at the lone Freedom Tower. It stands solitary - a memorial to those missing ...
... an amateur toilet repairman. It was yet another reminder for how far the mighty have fallen. I was trying to curry favor with D's landlord to let me stay in the apartment for a few days, so I offered to repair their shaky toilet seat. Unfortunately a college education does not teach you these things, thankfully youtube does. My main accomplishment during my funemployment was becoming a better rock climber. Shockingly, the crossfit workouts I did ...
... stairs and lo and behold there was a man standing at the bottom
of the stairs with a Watumull 6 sign and instead of getting on the bus with the rest of the
bedraggled travelers we jumped into a minivan, steering wheel was on the wrong side, showing that the sun has never set on the British empire. and we were off to customs/ immigration with our man Elias leading the charge.
We had one more flight to complete ...
... different from Central Park).
The collection is all medieval stuff, and, like I said, it's mostly big pieces that wouldn't physically fit in the display spaces at the Met proper ... or which make more sense in a historical and aesthetic sense to be displayed either together or in close proximity.
Some of the 'pieces' are, in fact, whole colonnades, whole doorways, whole stained ...