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... state building, the new World trade centre, Ellis Island and culminating with the Statue of Liberty. We had some great photo opportunities. We made our way back to the hotel and then went out to dinner at a steak house that did a lovely crusted pepper steak just like The Dudley Arms, I asked them about a crispy flowering onion but they hadn't heard about it. Strange since the Dudley Arms owner got the recipe from New ...
... Memorial Park where my sister and her in-laws rest in peace. I've talked about Papa, Martha and Pat throughout this blog and don't have much to add.
Why this morbid curiosity with cemeteries and the dead? It's surely not just my interest in genealogy. Perhaps this small excerpt from "Joseph Campbell with Bill Moyers" will explain it. The quote is from the transcript of Moyers' conversation with Campbell in 1985 and 1986. Joseph ...
... after I got in the van I was like “what if this is not who we were supposed to go with?”
The vans were FALLING apart…Side note about the vans: I literally broke a seat in every single one.
Driving at night there was the sketchiest thing I have ever experienced. They have no street lights, and what you would consider a one way street here, they consider like a 3 lane highway.. you come SO close to the cars on the other side of ...
... lied in my first post......I had another hot dog! I was hungry & they are good & cheap.
Prior to the show we had Shake Shack. Burgers, wine & beer.
The show was called Hard Knock Laughs at Stand Up NY. It was $20 a ticket plus a 2 drink minimum. This is a MUST if you visit New York! It was a small intimate show, we were sat in the centre of the front row & apparently Sam "laughs like a black man" because his whole body ...
... the Reclining Buddha. The 162-foot figure is awesome, as is the reverential aura of the place, where hundreds of pilgrims line up to light candles and offer coins.
Another of Bangkok's delights is a cruise on the Chao Phraya River and the city's canals, including a visit to the Royal Barge Museum and the fabulous Temple of Dawn.
A surprise highlight was a stop in front of another Buddhist temple, where schools ...