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... standing in the breeze away from the hustle and bustle of central NYC.
Having had a very laid back day, we picked up our pace in the evening with a quick tour through the financial district and a brisk march along Broadway during rush hour in order to meet my cousin Bernie and his lovely wife Jess who moved to NY two years ago. Bernie and Jess pulled out all stops in order to treat us both to ...
... around the corner from us so we get there within 10 minutes and are quickly reunited with Kelley since seeing her in Atlanta. Big cuddles and hello’s and we take a seat at the bar and get a beer and wine. We decide to get some nibbles as well, flatbread and a meatball dish to share… delicious! We end up getting carried away with the time and don’t end up leaving until after 10pm.
After a really nice reunion with Kelley, we walk ...
... one on the opposite shore too. Ugly.
We are just over 8 hours now. As we get nearer the end there are a few more people out along the sea wall.
13:30 Louise got all the onlookers to cheer and clap as Bryan came in.
The Trophy sped ahead of us to oversee the finish.
... like Alex's group of friends, extremely nice, interesting people. The next day we went for brunch, with 2 of Alex's mates Bryan and Jamie. Brooklyn is the cool, hip, indie area of New York with a lot of up and coming bars, cafés and restaurants. It's far quieter than Manhattan, if I was to live in New York it'd be in Brooklyn. We were surprised at how busy everywhere was, brunch seems to be a big deal here, similar to Australia. I ...
... of those who lost their lives around the edge. It was a somber feeling being in the park but it was beautiful what they had done to remember all those who had died. Another ultimate tourist thing to do was watch a game of baseball at the New York Yankees stadium, which we did. We managed to pick up cheap tickets on Groupon and enjoyed a 3 hour session of baseball. The stadium was massive and they did a good job of keeping the crowd lively ...