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... and Bon and I too, on some previous holidays, have been guilty of whispering together about dumb, loud Yanks and how obnoxious they can be. However, the opposite seems true of New Yorkers. Sure, they're brash and out there, but we have also found them to be obliging, courteous and eager to please, wanting us to love their city as much as they do. From the helpful shop assistants for whom nothing is too much trouble, to the beggar on the street who politely thanks you for ...
... with her friend on the upper East side - (where the bus goes) was telling me that she owns her apartment (two bedroom/two bathroom + maids quarters) but still pays $3k a month in services, for the doorman, the lift driver, the full time handyman etc etc. Boy it is an expensive city to live in! What is gorgeous though is the art deco architecture. Completely to die for. So much to take in!.
I started off my walk in Central Park at the reservoir ...
Many of you know that I have a seriously curious nature and love to explore. Earlier this year I made a plan to make more time to travel and to engage in a volunteer assignment outside of the United States.
So, on September 1st, I left my job of nearly 14 years, and today I am off to Chile, Argentina and ...
... more round the pond then as time was marching on for us, we decided we'd better head back to Penn Station. Then the fun began or should I say continued, as the subway we chose said no trains were going downtown, but we thought perhaps we could just go to a different station and we'd be OK,
Ha no such luck.
To get to a down town subway, we were required to find another place, so we started ...
Up at 7am.. What?!! That hurt.
Got to the pier by 7:51 and we boarded the boat by 8:15 and out into the Hudson River towards the Lady Liberty. The boat went right around the front of her clockwise and ports on the side of the island. We were the first boat there so no one was on her yet.
We ate first on the island, we were faint.
Then onwards into the museum inside the pedestal. That was really interesting seeing how she was built.
Then up quite a few set of stairs to ...