Molly Pitcher Inn
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It's here, finally, after all my training and hard work. The New York marathon, I am one of the lucky 51,000 runners out of the 130,000 that applied to run. I would like to start with saying I had a great nights sleep, but I did not, I tossed and turned all night. However my alarm went off at 6am and I got ready. I had my usual running breakfast, banana and oatmeal (that's porridge for all you Aussies). I premixed some of my gels, I hydrated and I was nervous, and at 7:15 I ...
... works, what she does, who she works with, who her boyfriend (was) as she has just split up, how long they were going out, what she wanted from the relationship....you get the picture. Funny really. They also have this idea that NY is at the centre of the universe and even though they know logically you can actually leave- why would you?
But enough of the melodrama, none of that detracts from this amazing, vibrant, alive city! I love this place. When the washing ...
... much slower and laborious so arrived for late lunch at Lombardis. Classic Italian with fab and massive pizzas but we managed to eat most and even then strolled across the road for frozen yoghurt ( Abby is now a convert to FY). A long walk through Chinatown followed to Staten Island Ferry via very cool quayside area and took ferry ( somethings in life really are free !) with decent view of Statue of Liberty not that girls saw it as they were too ...
... Took us ages to get there and we were running short of time. As Wes is an athlete in training while I am in my of season, he ran on ahead to catch the cruise while I wandered back to the hotel. Walked through the West Village. Looks a little dodgy but much much less pedestrian traffic.
Going to the top of the Rockefeller Building tonight. Top of the Rock as they say in New York.
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... square park. On the way, I passed a basketball pitch on the side of the road surrounded by metal walls and decided to watch the game. I started chatting to this really friendly guy who was telling me all about the basketball etiquette. Additionally, there was another game going on which was squash but without the rackets. Apparently, this is called hand ball and is extremely popular in the states. Occasionally, our conversation was interrupted by an argument over whether the ball was ...