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My day started at 4am. I awoke at 4:11 in plenty of time for my 5:00 am bus, yet as per usual I was rushing to leave the house at 4:58 am. Too late to catch the bus at Gaithersburg, but perhaps enough time to catch the bus at Shady Grove, which was preferable because I planned to leave my car at the station. I made it to the Shady Grove station with ...
... face, I knew I’d love this place the second I arrived.
10th October ………. my birthday. 48 & I feel old. Don’t really believe how it’s all gone so quickly but equally know it’s just a number & I have so much more left to do. Up early & across town for our 3hour walking tour with a private photographer who shows us some of the best hidden gems (with stories) in the city while taking our photo every ...
... then it was awful as they were just speaking Spanish to each other, muppets! On Friday, I met up with Anthony Davison (davo) who I use to play tennis with. He has done what Cal did, a tennis scholarship and studied out here. We went for a coffee on his lunch break and then he had to head out of the office for a couple of hours to pick some stuff up so I tagged along and we went towards Chinatown. Central perk cafe (from the tv show friends) ...
John D. Rockefeller Jr. gave a lot of his pocket money and they started building the Cloisters in 1935. It was built to resemble a medieval building and incorporates architectural features of the period which set off the collection perfectly.
The collection is of stained glass, furniture, sculpture, tapestries, paintings, manuscript illustration and metalwork. There is a lot of religious work, but not solely.
... and I ventured out to explore a little. The neighbourhood is really buzzing, the area previously known for its artists until the rental market priced them out. The architecture is typically striking. There seems to a vibrant community - Tomkins Park across the road is buzzing with every age and interest 24 hours a day. And EVERYBODY appears to own a dog. First point of call - Times Square the off to one of my favourite destinations, Grand Central ...
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