Residence Inn Somerset
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... not THAT unwell - he had a good appetite. In fact he also valiantly silenced his cough and we made it to our concert that night, braving the icy weather to walk to St Joseph's the oldest Catholic Church on Manhattan, only 10 minutes walk from our place, walking fast enough to keep warm but carefully enough to avoid slipping on ice. The Vespers performance was reconstructed from various motets, psalms and liturgical pieces of Charpentier. Early music group Tenet, and the ...
... Street, where the music was again first-class, with an Arvo Part organ prelude, and Palestrina Hodie Christus Natus Est Mass and motet. The homily was also memorable! Rev Dr Mark Francisco Bozzuti-Jones is a member of the Trinity Wall St (Episcopalian) team, a Jamaican and former Jesuit priest and missionary, and 'loves to write and talk Liberation Theology', according to his biog. He is also a charismatic speaker, and without any notes, gave what must have been a ...
... some of the architecture and stores midtown.
I think my favourite building in NYC. well I know it is - is the Chrysler building. It is so wonderfully sumptuously art deco I just want to run my hands all over it! The building does not have a view deck but the lobby is just as decadent with wood panelling, brass lines and inlaid art. Yum!
I also visited Grand Central station which is another amazing space and has ...
... and it doesn't take great photos so the ones I have of the Statue of Liberty are awful but the ones I have of Manhattan are nice. It was very fun - more fun because it was free. By the time I got back it was late so I just had a few beers with the boys in the hostel and has some Chinese food. Notably people are less pleasant here, but I don't mind. Feels like home! (Well ...
... than soup we went in and ordered. "4 spring rolls please"."NO." Barked the Chinese lady who then turned away and carried on cooking! So we left. We did eventually find a Chinese, which looked terrible, had rubbish piled outside and lots of scruffy looking loiterers, but the food was AMAZING and very cheap!
That morning Jane had suggested I wear shorts that have an onion bag as opposed to the Under Armour boxers which were causing me to get quite moist in the nethers. ...