Inn at Great Neck
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... intervals to let pedestrians walk across 5th Ave).
St. Patrick's is under a huge renovation project. Scaffolding everywhere including inside. We went inside and noon mass was about to begin. Not planned, just lucky. We attended Mass among the scaffolding etc. I got the feeling that something was going to fall on me and then I thought not in a church. It will look beautiful when they are finished renovating.
After mass we visited the ...
... upgrade to a king size bed, we think on the basis that we are here 6 days. We'd been anxious about the size of the room based on hotel reviews but were very pleased with it, it's the biggest we've had in the trip. Plus the wifi works well. We made contact with Jolanta, a friend from Hamilton who happens to be here at the same time with another couple Pauline and Bruce. The five of us met for dinner at Buppa Gumps about 200 metres from our hotel. ...
... birds singing, roller skaters skating, joggers jogging and runners running. It was very pleasant. The park is massive, so after a little walk around we decided to head towards the shops. A quick stop off in the Apple Store, Fifth Avenue which with its impressive glass box entrance leading underground is quite a sight. The store itself though was smaller than I expected. Next onto FAO Schwarz for a quick peek at the Big Piano. For those of you ...
Huge day after a relaxing day yesterday.
Out the door by 10am (not much opens b4 then by the way). Headed up to the Moma gallery. Look to be honest it was ok. We didn't love it. But Grandma I saw Monet, I emailed the picture to Mum but hopefully I can get it up here to.
The entire 2nd level was dedicated to an artist we can't even remember because we were not impressed by him unfortunately.
We saw Picasso, ...
... t improved.
Eventually arriving at the Yankee Stadium, only to be told the game had been cancelled due to “inclement weather” by a smug mouthed 16 year old at the door.
What, you don’t play in the rain? I asked, which only served to elicit the condescending glare that teenagers can give… Apparently not..
Disappointed, and now slightly damp, we ducked into the stadiums Hard Rock Café, ...