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... of colour. The biggest irony I found was folks dressed up and dancing just meters away in the restaurants. Only in New York - so I was told.
A quick stop nearby at the public library and we headed south to check out window displays at Lord & Taylor and Macy's. L&T's displays are innovative, they're actually set up inside elevator boxes. Each display is built in the basement and then lifted up to street level. Extremely detailed, they're very beautiful too. ...
... up by the outside rail, but the whole family made it, including Sam and Cooper, so we'll done to everyone. It was a very small area at the top in the crown and as you entered a guide told you to look out the left window to see the book she holds, and feel the thickness of the copper she is made out of, and out the right window to see the arm holding the torch. You can feel the sway and the second guide confirmed it has a two inch sway to it :-/ !! It is ...
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In addition, these initiatives can promote exchanges between educational institutions, both at national and European level.
These actions can take the form of a collective creation (possibly with an artistic dimension) and include, where appropriate, ...
... Station with heavy arms. The mezzanine level of Grand Central Station is an Apple Store. Isn't that funny. Anyway you could use their free Wi-Fi.
On the way back we stopped McGees Bar W55th St for a cold beer. This bar was made famous by the sitcom "How I Met a Your Mother".
Picked up some more yummy soup from The Soupman for dinner. We had Chicken Noodle Soup and a Lobster Roll ...
... paddling gracefully in the boating lake, which was cute, and a Japanese family grounding their rowing boat about ten foot from the shore, which was funny! It's astounding just how many people were in the park, playing sports, rollerblading, cycling, jogging or just lazing on the grass (us). Even with so many people, there seemed to be more than enough space for everyone. We walked back to the hotel - we had walked nearly 9 miles! Time for a cool down - Sherrie had the idea ...