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... hot by this time so we only went about 1/4 way, then turned back. We couldn't believe how many people were walking across it.
After that and a bit of a break from the heat, we headed back to the subway and caught a train to the 9/11 memorial site.
The two places where the twin towers once stood are now two huge square water pools. The surrounding edges on both pools are engraved with all the names of the people that lost their ...
... days, and hard service that is all a part of the experience. I was truly impressed by how you rose to every challenge. I've always known that you are secretly a very determined person, but that truly came across this week, along with your quiet passion, patience, and love for the things and the people we were meeting. As I think about it I've come to realize that you may just be one of the two people that I have actually never heard say a negative word about a single person in Youth ...
... and lo, what do we find but a candyfloss vendor... Not a bagel in sight!!!
CJ is delighted to see the iconic horse and carriages, we even manage to find the carousel with traditional pipe organ music, a delight to behold..
Now on a sugar high.. the world is such a wonderful place... I am even permitted to have an ice cream.
Then as if life for CJ can't get any better... we pause for a rest from our walk and suddenly ...
... up and people watch, which turned out to be a very useful move. I checked my emails to find the baseball game we should have been going to in the evening was cancelled because of the rain and rescheduled for Wednesday lunch time. We quickly changed our plan for the day and decided to go shopping like we'd planned for Wednesday. I looked up a market to go to, which it turned out was impossible to find because when we finally did get to it, it ...
I took part in two workshops with The Next Stage Project and the choreographers Julia Ehrstrand, Marijke Eliasberg and Jana Hicks.
Three weeks, six times two hours of rehearsals and in the end two performances at City Center New York.
It was an incredible time where I met a lot of amazing dancers.