Melville Marriott Long Island
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the Metropolitan Museum of Art, is one of the largest institutions in the
country dedicated entirely to exhibiting contemporary art. I thought it was
well worth visiting, but I have to admit that my appreciation for much of the
avant-garde mixed media stuff that’s produced nowadays as “contemporary art” is
somewhat limited. I may be old fashioned, but I still think art is something
that ought to involve some degree of talent.
We walked across Central Park and had a quick burger for lunch at the Boat House and continued walking the west side of the park up to 99th street. We took in the Jackie Onassis reservoir, the playing fields, some squirrels and the fine buildings on the west side.
After the walk we caught the subway back to the Rockefeller centre for hot chocolate. We sat in a cafe on 50th street and watched the crowd. ...
... addressing, among other things, the problem for designers of defeating gate jumpers (literal and figurative).
I learned several interesting things--the difference between AC and DC current, for one: the trains run on DC, but AC is better for long distance travel (of the electricity), so the original power plants generate AC and then send it down the line. When it gets to the subway plants, a fancy machine converts it from AC ...
... from the time we cabbed in from JFK Airport, to the time we picked up a rent-a-car and drove out across the 59th street bridge: "Looking for fun and feeling groovy." We stayed in Chelsea at a 3rd floor bed-sit located on 15th Street West between 8th & 9th Street. A good position geographically, poised at an apex where Midtown, The Meatpacking District, and West Village collide. Sure, the building was a little worn, the hall way was a little funky (helped along by ...
... that I went and explored the greatest city in the world, the streets are always busy and noisy.
Empire State Building is located on
350 5th Avenue
New York City, ...