Inter-Continental Central Park South New York
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... then spend the day looking with just a short break for coffee before being asked to leave at closing time! That is how to spend a day. So many different areas of art covered from Greeks, Asian, African and American through to Monet, Picasso, Dante Gabriel Rossetti to Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko! We saw one splendid Bridget Riley too. We were offered seats on the metro today: the first time since arriving in the USA. It's everyone for himself and the weak ...
The week before I left for South Africa was incredibly busy. I was still recovering from oral surgery and was rushing to finish my Corporate Finance final exam, while also working on my Accounting project. By the time I got home from work on Friday it was 8:00 PM and I had not put a single thing in my suitcase, so I decided to have a cup of coffee and stay up all night packing, since I had to leave my house 3:00 ...
Our final stop of New York City arrived all too quickly. With just over 24 hours in town we didn't have a second to spare.
Mum and Dad decided to cancel their grand plans of cramming in a few more tourist sites in favour of us experiencing and appreciating Central Park and catching up with some New York friends.
For those of you have yet to experience Central Park, it is HUGE! Covering 843 ...
... are the second wealthiest church after the Vatican. It must be all the money they get from owning all the buildings along Wall Street. They also have the largest pane glass window in America, second in the world after Notre Dame.
Grants Tomb is the least visited presidential grave. I found this fact very sad seeing as he is on the $50 bill. Ulysses S Grant is the 18th president of the united states and is buried beside his wife Julia.
... places like this but I'm not! Think James St Market in the Valley but bigger and with counters selling coffee, deli, cheese, bakery and more. I found some Kombucha and yoghurt (my belly needs some good bugs). In the yoghurt section was Noosa yoghurt, labelled as Aussie style yoghurt but made in Connecticut. I took photos of one of the cheese counters for Jo Mc and of the cookies for Rosie. We were fairly tired now and needed to ditch some shopping so back to ...
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