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... after today so we grabbed shake shack for dinner which Lani had recommended to us as a good burger place, then jumped on the subway back to Brooklyn. Friday 17th - another big day in the big city! We went to the same coffee place this morning but sat and had coffee and a bagel - YUM! sesame seed bagel with cream cheese was perfect. We utilised the NY pass again today, we did Empire State observatory and the sky ride which is on level 2 before you go up to ...
Visited Museum of Modern Art- very busy but fantastic exhibition. Superb display of Latin American architecture. Yoko Ono exhibit not my cup of tea. Usual suspects - Gaugin, Monet, Cezanne and Picasso. Wonderful Jacob Lawrence exhibit on African American migration from south to north. Saw 'Something Rotten' at St James on Broadway- brilliant satire on Shakespeare and ...
... head straight back to New York. I knew I still had to catch a bus back up to Time Square, and they only ran until a certain time. On arrival back at Battery Park I bee-lined for the bus stop, where a couple of buses were waiting for people to board. I jumped on one and we headed for Time Square. Like the previous bus trip, it was very interesting and informative. The only negative was that the only had upper deck open seating. Now it was a sunny day, but windy ...
... with the 9/11 memorial and the new 1 World Trade Centre building, was not on my must see list. I feel uncomfortable about the commercialisation of the tragic events and was not sure I wanted to add credibility to the post 9/11 response by visiting the sire. However, we did go to see the memorial and yes I was moved, It is beautifully done; calm, quiet and respectful. No nationalistic jingoism. ...
We've arrived, as you can see from the photo of the Statue of Liberty taken at 4.45am. Off back to bed now. We decided to let the crowds get off the ship first this morning so we had a lie in and a leisurely breakfast before going to get our disembarkation pass at 10 o'clock. This proved to be a good tactic as we had little time to wait before getting off the ship at around half past ten. In fact there was just enough time for Chris to ring Gran and for her ...