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... I made it for my 4pm tour (it took an hour to get from midtown to LES so was quite a journey!) and wasn't it worth it!!
The Tenement museum is a block of flats that have been converted into a museum to show how immigrants lived when the came to NYC from the 1860s to the 1930s - when the building was finally condemned.
The only way you see this museum is by tour and there are several different tours focusing ...
... security guard where the bathroom is and bobs your uncle...no ticket sassy! So I have a lovely day looking round for free, I shouldn't brag - is very immoral but.... The Met is gigantic!!! My favorite bit was looking at all the Van Goghs that I've seen in print and Monets. I looked through all the Rembrandts to see if their were any of my name sake but their wasn't. Right at the top of the building their is a roof garden ...
We woke in the morning on the love ship feeling a little hot and sticky. The camp site style trip to the shower block offered a different view to usual with the NY skyline as a backdrop. Ais and Sal set off to Washington on the next leg of their trip. This left Jane and I to head to the baseball game NY Mets v Phillies. On the way we detoured via Central Park and Madison Ave. The park incorporates a motorway of runners and cyclists with lanes for each in both directions ...
... wonderful at once. So, I'm glad to be taking this walkabout alone - and I'll be sharing through here. The next one will be with buds and loved ones. I'm thankful for those connections, both those well established as well as those new. You're awesome. Anyways, enough of the mushy stuff. Now, in my own true fashion, I'll polish off this bourbon and hop on my plane. Catch you in ...
... so that was cool. I saw Ben Kingsley, but no one knew (or would say) the name of what they were filming.
It seemed like too early to stop, so I gathered my energy and headed down Mulberry to explore Little Italy. And it is little, LOL! Unless you wanted Italian food, there just wasn't a whole lot to do or see, but there was a guy hand rolling cigars; the Chinatown markets are much more interesting, I think. But, ...