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... a black coat for the hulkette, it wasn't going well. Macy's also was rough, busier, but not great gear. Hulkette bought a cardigan. Then a rush back to Saks to look at the blue coat again. Decided to look again, maybe tomorrow. Rushed back home to get ready for Pippin. Picked up a hot dog on the way and got ho,e about 7 to leave at 7:30 for Pippin. Pippin was great, very clever, creative and well performed. Got out about ...
... that for anyone in New York. But use a City Blue Bicycle and not one from a tourism outlet. Make sure you stop at the lights when red because I witnessed people being fined for trying to sneak through. I had been holding off on going to the Twin Towers site because I don't like that it has turned into a tourism Mecca but I decided for my friends currently serving in the forces, particularly during the craziness that is ...
... insect we hear in the Provence), and a kind of mini natural museum with fossils, minerals and stuffed animals. Funny!
For the first time I could admire phosphorescent minerals that in the dark give such amazing colours when illuminated with UV light! It made me think of the forests at night in "Avatar";-)
After the museum, a little lunch, and then continuing to walk. I reach this lovely St George ...
... at 10.35am. I spent most of this journey typing up my blog while Andy demonstrated a nodding dog sleeping. Not a great deal to see, wooded areas or back of industrial buildings with the odd residential area. Surprising the train did not hoot it's horn that much. It was quite amazing crossing over the lakes/bays. Baltimore looked really run down with many derelict buildings. Cez says downtown Baltimore is a dodgy place, Alex says ...
... there's plenty more where that came from, alongside of course the cheese houses, cookie shops and delicatessens that are probably seriously bad for your health.
Overall, I can't help but want to return to New York the next chance I get, whether it's to fall asleep in the Washington Arch Gardens (yes, I managed to do that twice), roam the winding paths of Central Park or get distracted on my way there on Broadway, because there's always time for a musical.