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Love it, love it. Love it. Arriving in New York for the second time, we were a little apprehensive that our memories may have been false and we were expecting too much. First impressions on a Sunday night seemed to confirm this, lots of trash, lots of homeless people and the city looking a little tired.
Monday morning a different story! Our 4th floor walk-up on Madison Avenue (after the initial "walk-up" ...
... paranormal enthusiasts claiming that the ghost of Gulielma Sands still haunts the area. http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2013/10/3 1/the_13_most_haunted_buildings_in_new_ york_city.php
So we kept walking along and passed a little park where some sprinklers were going off. After taking us to the next spot which was only a minute away, he let us go back and run thru the fountains to cool ...
... 95-degree heat into the air-conditioned museum and enjoying his strawberry sundae.
After the movie Rebecca went through a 45-minute ordeal to add tickets to the Hayden Planetarium to the museum tickets we had previously purchased. I’ll skip the gritty details, except to say that the museum cashier was very apologetic and ended up giving Rebecca the tickets for nothing. Halfway through the ordeal, Shannon, Johnny, and I went on ahead to the museum food court ...
... movies filmed in New York.
We then spent a few hours exploring the Museum of Natural History which certainly lived up to my high expectations. I could certainly have spent an entire day there exploring all the different exhibits. My favourite would have to be the ocean exhibit that was put together really well.
Afterwards we got lunch at a British pub near times square when we saw the enormous line for ...
... the bottom. Cross traffic is still flowing, and NYC is as busy as usual. A lot of people are asking what is going on as they pass, and sponsor people are handing out flags. Sandy made friends with the older lady who was stood on his right hand side. She is an ex-pat, and spent most of the parade in conversation with fellow Scots around her. On our left, a lady fae Edinburgh (with her husband) turned up and immediately started handing out Iron ...
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