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... people there! There was plenty of atmosphere being jammed up against sweaty young students! Alice felt better by Wednesday so we all went out to the Russian tea rooms for dinner. The interior is very unique but the service is a bit quick. The forecast said snow for Saturday so we cancelled the car that we had arranged to drive to Boston and bought rail tickets for the three and a bit hour trip on ...
... was particularly exciting for me was that NBC are setting up new studios there, and Jimmy Fallon, a late night show host and a valuable source of procrastination throughout my degree, is going to broadcast from there next fall! I also quickly popped into Madison gardens, although most of it was closed off for an opera later that evening, and I didn’t want to mess with the burly security guards.
The following day, I indulged my inner ...
... 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 ...
... I find a really nice necklace that I love and isn't going to cost me a weeks pay. They have a charm braclet especially for the New York marathon, but it's very chunky and I don't like it. We have a look on a few more floors and than head off, by now my legs are pretty sore, so we head for somewhere to sit down, the trump tower looms overhead and we duck in their for an ice-cream and a sit before heading back to our hotel. We decide we need ...
... we found ourselves in a 150 metre queue of mainly teenagers dressed for anything but church. But this was church, it was their church. It was Hillsong New York City in the Manhattan Centre.
It was loud, very loud - captivating three floors of young people. Many in Australia are aware of the Hillsong style and worship patterns. A hallmark of Hillsong New York appeared to be its ability to capture the minds and hearts of those attending, and there ...