Inn at Great Neck
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... onion mixture which was terrible. :( Pictures of the two lions at the foot of the library. Patience and Fortitude, Patience guards the south side of the library's steps and Fortitude sits on the North side of the library steps. They were named in the 1930s by Mayor LaGuardia for the qualities he thought New Yorkers would need during the depression. Sadly I thought they were guarding the East and West side of ...
... but instead of buckets of ice cream, there were buckets of rice pudding in a variety of flavors. Like an ice cream store, you can try before you buy, but unlike an ice cream store, it's much more filling. I'm not normally a huge fan of rice pudding, but I enjoyed most of the chocolate chip one I bought.
The raindrops would continue to grow but for some reason, I didn't feel like buying an umbrella since I'd left mine at home in Vancouver. I'm a Vancouverite after all, ...
... cute bear cubs, although two of them licking in each other's mouths while making weird vibration noises for like 10 minutes was weird. Then drove on to Sioux Falls and checked into the red rock inn, home for two nights. Getting used to these Dingy motels, it's almost ...
... get to Brooklyn - we jumped on at this point at penn station down to Brooklyn Heights. Got off & walked down Henry St to get onto the Brooklyn bridge pathway and then walked back over the east river to Manhattan. It was a spectacular wire suspension bridge and the views were something else, we could just see the Statue of Liberty and Stratton & Ellis island. The freedom tower looked good from this angle. Andy was rather taken at how complex the 'New York ...
... and they offer a tram that takes you around the property and stops at various points. I especially enjoyed the Enid Haupt Conservatory with its many climate displays (rainforest, desert etc.). I also recall enjoying the Native Garden, Wetlands, Perennial Garden, Rose Garden and daylily display. After spending much of the day at the garden I arrived back to my hotel to sit down for an hour and rest my foot which was bothering me for some reason.
Prior to dinner I walked ...