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... I was there I saw the first Spiderman cartoon ever (coooool!) and one of the four copies of the Magna Carter. Ironically, this one had been lent from Lincolnshire in England. So I'd gone a rather long way to see something from down the road! On my way to the Library I came across a HUGE protest against the police shootings/court rulings and there were thousands of people filling the streets, there was even a stage and people giving speeches. Later on when people had dispersed ...
... consisted of a fabulous array of Sushi which we ate in the flat watching the sunset. The boys then headed out to find an all American Bar to (in their words) “watch sports and drink beer”. Thomas took them to House of Brews which is a stone’s throw away from the apartment building. Apparently within minutes of being seated the boys were approached by a group of 3 ladies inviting them to come and have a drink with them. Thomas ...
We arrived in New York a few days before starting our adventure. Michael and Emily were hard at work every day, but there's so much to see and do in New York that even getting around the subway and familiarizing ourselves with the routes was enough of a ...
... to follow that today we caught a train down to Prospect Park in Brooklyn, designed by same man who designed Central Park. Huge with a fishing lake in it and big trees and squirrels and in top corner after a long walk, there was the Brooklyn Museum, we felt better than MOMA and with more interesting displays including a display entitled "Killer Heels" with the history of high heeled shoes, also Egyptian displays and some notable paintings by Cezanne, ...
... After the history lecture we went into the distilling room and learned about the entire distilling process. From there we saw the barrel room where the bourbon ages and learned about the aging process. He explained to us how they test periodically to see how each barrel is coming along, which is what the people were doing at the table when I first arrived. He said that the bourbon in each barrel tastes different. They have a consultant that comes in to taste samples from ...