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... memorial which was made by Italian artisans on the death of John Lennon. The locals say that Yoko does come out into the park, but only early in the mornings. What a life- living in a fish bowl; celebrities can have it!
We thoroughly enjoy our ride and thank Stan for his informative and very interesting commentary.
Then we are on our way. We have a couple of hours to kill before our Top of the Rock time, so we check out the surrounding area. We enjoy ...
... Samuelson's red rooster in Harlem. We were surprised to get the booking and even more surprised that it had only one person in it when we got there at 1130. By 12:15 the place was full. I had chicken liver butter with waffles and bourbon maple sauce, and oxtail pappardelle , Wendy and Chris shared corn bread with honey butter also shrimp cerviche. Wendy and blackened catfish with ocre and greens and Chris had meatballs ...
... pure vanilla and a cinnamon flavour.
Then we couldn't really move we were so full so we parked ourselves in a park for an hour or so to digest and stay cool watching the kids play on the water features.
About 5:30 ish we continued our wonder bit targeted chopped a salad joint. Bloody yummy salads and yet another should be import to Aus. Yummy yummy salads. It was nice there with the air con.
We walked a bit more, did some ...
... another reason is the english road signs (obviously) but it doesn't seem like im in a foreign country. however i love the mission style houses - every one is different, not like the repetitive british houses im used to.
the camp is great, its one of the richer ones for rich kids. yes the cabins are basic, and i have just got out of a cold shower (our cabin has no hot water, but everyone else does), but i bet its luxury compared to other camps. and ther is loads of ...
... you, City of New York for know that no one needed to be renting bikes in Lower Manhattan when there is a bike race on; I'm not my best on a bike in crowds anyway, and many of the racers were walking their bikes.
I got my best view of the new Trade Center, and thankfully, when Broadway came to a stop, the riders were heading up 6th, and Battery Park was relatively empty. It was so cool being down there with just a few people, seeing ...