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Tonight we will be seeing in New Year in the flat. We live right around the corner from Times Square and it is already mayhem. I have never seen so many police all in one place and the roads are already blocked off. We even have to show a letter to be able to get in and out of our building (makes me feel rather important). Being so close to Times Square I imagine we will very clearly hear ...
... resided ourselves to the fact that $40 odd each was a bit of a stretch to the travel budget to got to the top this would be the vantage point from which we would enjoy it. Further on up the avenue and on to what is Shaylee’s favourite part of the city Times Square, it’s bright, busy, noisy and totally intoxicating. Standing in Times Square and experiencing what you have seen in thousands of images is an almost euphoric experience until it is broken by a ...
... and Dale, Riley and I walked down about 10 blocks on Broadway to get to Madison Square Garden for the Ice Hockey game. When the gates opened, we found our seats and then organised something to eat for tea. It was a great game with The Rangers beating the Montreal Canadiens 5 zip!! And we had great seats overlooking the ice. We walked back toward our hotel stopping in at a Champs sports store and Billabong on the way back before crashing for a good night ...
... park near Macys. Its a cool little set up that they have here. Some sections of the road are closed off and they've set up some umbrellas and brightly coloured seats and tables so you can enjoy the sunshine. We enjoy the sunshine with the locals and the tourists. Hinesh doesn't want to go up to the Empire State cause of the lines and also once up there your view is blocked by the grid fence that stops people from jumping.
Next stop Madison Square garden. We only sticky beak ...
... construction work going on nearby.
People gather in their thousands to pay their respects. Some walk around reflectively, while others pensively read every name. It's so much more poignant to see 2983 names, rather than hear that 2983 people died. It's just how human psychology works. The recently opened museum has a several hour long wait, so we decide to pass up on this.
We head downtown. When the skyscrapers ...