La Quinta Inn & Suites Elmsford
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... museum looking at all the wonderful creations that professional artists have made.
This day was very good, it was very peaceful and relaxed, I enjoyed learning about New York and its old rail line, and looking through old photos of New York, and paintings made by fantastic artists who are expressing their feelings through their work. Its a great learning experience for a school group.
... though as we had a window seat, so I could lean on the window, and the one next to it. 68AB. This was fine for the 6 hour journey from NYC to LAX. There was a lovely young group sitting next to Peter who were travelling around. Lovely to talk to them about their adventures.
We arrived in LAX and had two hours to wait until our next 13.5hr flight to BNE. We did a bit of Duty Free shopping, ...
... lovely Japanese garden, beautiful ponds with lily pads, a colorful rose garden, and many other picturesque lawns with rows of trees. I took a lot of pictures and they will do a better job of describing the place than I ever will. Right next door to the garden is the Brooklyn Museum. This is quite a grand building much like the Met. There were many extensive exhibits that I enjoyed much more than the one yesterday. They had quite a great exhibit with ...
... out a bit cloudy it didn't last. Half price drinks at the hotel between 6-8 so after a quick shower we headed down to the bar to partake. Photos - not many today as photography was only permitted in certain areas of the 9/11 Memorial Museum and there's always some unknown bugger in my photo. No point in waiting for them to move on as someone else walks up and stands right in front of you. Haven't made up my mind about NYC, could live in Boston but probably not ...
... grabbing some iced Americanos from a Starbucks and sitting near a window, I could have stayed there all day watching the folks go by.
We walked past the Garment District and then made our way up and down 42nd Street with all of its theaters, Madame Tussaud’s Wax museum, and the Ripley’s Believe It or Not museum. I have ALWAYS wanted to go to a Ripley’s museum so we paid for tickets and went in. Amazing…absolutely amazing. ...