New York Inn
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... check in far from the madding crowd in a quiet area away from the general madness. There was not a soul waiting. Then through a dedicated immigration and security entry that took all of five minutes to complete. Then it was up to the British Airways Galleries Lounge until it was time to board.
Beautiful lounge that I would guess gets very crowded. Free pour drinks of whatever you want. White Russian? Yes please! Better than the drinks though was ...
... in this regard was the demolition of Pennsylvania Station in 1963. Popularly known as Penn Station, it was a most magnificent old building, based on the Gare d'Orsay in Paris. Now it's gone ……..replaced by a more modern building of no particular note in 1969.
The Gare d'Orsay was converted to a museum when it ceased being a station.
I asked John how many books he bought - he said " Five, I think." What a man!!
We bought a small case ...
... contemporary art since the turn of the last century, without trying to be exhaustive. Instead it felt idiosyncratic and passionate, and anything but predictable. It was especially fun to learn about artists new to us, like Joseph Stella. Paloma kept threatening to melt down, but free milk from a kind hostess at the museum cafe and a plenitude of terraces saved the day.
Then on to the High Line, which was ...
... Manhattan. It looked stunning covered in snow, children sledding, people cross country skiing and snowballs flying everywhere. New York was eerie in the morning with the streets empty of people and cars. The shops were mainly shut and the city that never sleeps had definitely dozed off. But by the afternoon the subway had started to work and the shops gradually opened. By the evening most of the restaurants ...
... family: Helvetica; font-size: 12px; line-height: normal;">With passes in hand we decided to walk to Times Square - lights and flashing billboards everywhere. Kev saw the biggest TV he has ever seen. We took some photos, enquired about Broadway shows and decided that the Empire State Building would be one of the first attractions we would visit. Off we went fighting off everyone trying to sell the two foreigners some show or comedy.