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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 ...
We woke up very early so we decided to get breakfast. We went to a diner across the street. I had a bagel,it was delicious. We went to the Empire State Building. First we went to the 86th floor and then to the 102nd floor. It was very, very high. We could see the Statue of Liberty, and the yellow taxis looked smaller than a mouse. We ...
... in stone and wood and have some
appeal to me as single pieces in open space or as focal points in a room or
garden. Compared to many of New York’s other museums, though, the Noguchi
Museum is quite small.
Being in Astoria I decided I had to have some Greek food for
lunch and found a Cypriot restaurant on Broadway. As far as I can tell the Cypriot
food on the menu did not look very different from other Greek food, but I chose
... as the special 'Zero' exhibition shown in the outer circle. The Zero art wasn't my idea of art but hey lots of people were there to see it :) Also saw a couple of Van Goughs which I would love on our wall and lots of Piacaso. The Union markets were so crowded, very up close and everyone jostling to get to stalls. Lots of great wares but no space in the suitcase. Shopping in midtown was to say the least a nightmare of wall to wall people, won't be doing that again in a ...
... out the Alice in Wonderland statue, then Wollman Rink and The Dairy. You really have to be in Central Park, and look around at the tall buildings on the outside to really appreciate the peace inside - though at times it did feel like we were in something like a snowglobe, tiny specks that others were watching from outside and above. What must it be like to live with a view of the park, almost fairy tale I'll bet. Here in the middle of the busy island, was a ...