New York LaGuardia Airport Marriott
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Another crazy day .... Running on about 4 hour sleep. Shopping at midnight in time square will do that. Again off in the subway to lower Manhattan and the 9/11Memorial. What an amazing memorial with the two water features called the reflecting pools. We then ventured to the Museum. Well it is amazing to see all the information, however, i found it too sad and cried many tears for those poor ...
... The soup was insane. The flavors of the chicken dish were very unique and the sauce was very rich. I think I finished about half of it. I'm glad that lunch was so tasty because the rest of the museum was the main part of the exercise in futility. I just don't understand most of this art. I really do try to read about it and understand it and see things from a different perspective. I really do - and I've come to the conclusion that most ...
... someting about not killing each other but one was missing.... 10:00 LOWER EAST SIDE: China Town is taking over. Guss Pickles has gone and Tong Fu Wang seafood imports are taking over everywhere. The Jewish Tailors are struggling. However we are accosted by a little man with a scull cap purporting to have an English wife from Stamford Hill N16. We are "lured" into his outfitters and shown an horrific white check blazer. We beat a hasty retreat ...... KATZ DINER ...
... building (tallest building in 1913)and the city Hall building. We enjoyed watching the squirrels in the park and met a new Yorker treating his dog to the view of the squirrels. Megan took us to her work building ( Met ) photo shoot of Law and Order Courts. Back on Subway to Little Italy Solo-lunch at the Da ...
... venture in, apart from Pam having a quick look at Lulu Lemon.
We were dying to get away from the hustle and bustle and finally found Washington Square, which is lovely and has a structure very like the Arch De Triumph in Paris. We then wandered through Greenwich Village, which had lots of good spots to eat but was not as appealing to us as we had imagined. The highlight was to come in the Meat Packing district, cobbled roads and restored buildings and the ...