Lexington Inn At JFK Airport
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... King Henry's massive field suit of armour, ancient Egyptian tombs and sarcophaguses. We also visited the Death Becomes Her display. An interesting collection of mourning attire worn mostly by woman in the 19th century. We watched the MET light their Christmas tree and viewed the Frank Lloyd Wright display of architecture.
After the museum we caught the train home and had a night in. It was freezing cold and we had walked so much we were beat for the ...
... happen. Runners run, cyclists cycle, and roads run through it - everyone and everything co-exists in that massive green lung. We started the day with a workout in the gym. I burned of all of a 100 calries and then had breakfast at Le Pain Quotidien. Janine had Brown Rice Pudding, I had a Belgian waffle with cream and jam. I know that's more than a 100 calories worth but hey, when in New York ... Today we've sat ...
... was built in 1902. The shape of the building is wedge shaped which looks like cast iron clothes iron that is why it was called Flatiron Building.
Museum of Sex
World Trade Center: After years of delay and controversy, reconstruction at the World Trade Center includes One World Trade Center (formerly known as the Freedom Tower).
St. Paul's Chapel: The rear of St. Paul's Chapel faces Church Street, opposite the east side of the ...
... pole. After about 15 minutes he finally got a good bite! A few of us there watch with anticipation as he worked to reel it in, and then out of the water came this fish that looked like a tiny shark. I have no idea what it was, but he got the hook out of it's mouth and then let it flop around for a minute. He then took it over to his scooter parked in the shade and put it in a plastic grocery sack, tied it up, and hung it on ...
... What a mess, especially with the rain falling. It was supposed to be a four hour trip to Gaithersburg, MD where my step-sister lives, but it took more like seven. The Belt was tied up not only because of the rain, but because they were cleaning the left lane. Great, just great! It was slow going on the 78 across Staten Island, especially as we neared the Goethals Bridge. Then a wrong turn onto the Jersey Turnpike was quickly corrected ...