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... embarrassed, as it should. It is a Saturday so things may be different on a work day but any open space seemed to have interesting little markets set up, either farmers' markets with fruit and veggies, or craft markets with homemade cra* ...um, I mean craft type things, or food markets with just about any type of street food imaginable. We certainly put in the Ks wandering around down there.
After asking one of the ...
David and Dayal went for a walk this morning to check out New York. They must have walked for a good 1 hour, 30 minutes. Well done guys. Our hotel doesn't provide breakfast but they were providing free coffee/tea and a selection of muffins in the foyer for all guests. Simon and Lesley found a cafe, Martinique Cafe not to far from the hotel that did breakfast so David and I joined them for breakfast. Very nice too, they have real sausages. A majority of the tour group ...
... peppers and onions and topped with cheese. Really really good, so that was nice. We then went to the steps that Rocky ran up in the film. We then continued our drive to New York. The traffic as expected was not good, and so we made it to the hostel at 6pm. Alisha, Adam and I then headed straight into Manhattan to go to the Empire State Building. They hadn't been up it, and I hadn't been ...
... a great room, just a minute walk to the bus, which was very frequent and the last stop before the Lincoln Tunnel (and therefore the first stop coming back over). On weekdays, we didn't have a wait at all, as one of two buses always seemed to be there. On the weekend, we just missed a bus and it was a 10-15 min wait for the next. Traffic thru the tunnel varied - if we went before 9am, ...
... stairs to the pedestal of Lady Liberty herself! By the time we made it back down though, the kids were in full revolt. Luckily, 3 o'clock melt down ice cream soothes a lot of ills. We took the ferry over the Ellis Island, but frankly we were all too tired, hot, and cranky to appreciate it. Now we head back uptown for a quick meal and concert prep! Update 2: After some discussion, we realized it made sense to visit the 9/11 Memorial ...