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Last night after 23 hours of international flight traversing time zones from Australia, my sister and I finally arrived in New York late in the afternoon. Exhausted we just wanted to find a local restaurant and then crash out early. Luckily we found a little gem of a Mexican Restaurant called Mole where we partook in some yummy Mexican food, made …
... lights, decorations and the occasional snow flake was quite special. Everyday we were out until at least 11pm as there was just so much to do in the city that doesn't sleep. We 'ticked off' the big ticket items like Wall Street, Times Square, the Statue of Liberty, the Highline, Chelsea Market, Museum of Natural History, The New York Public Library, 9/11 Memorial and the new One World Trade Centre, a visit to the top of the Rockefeller Centre, the Chrysler Building, Empire ...
... the Little Red Panda? Or maybe you aren't? It took Nico a lot longer to get over the jet lag when he arrived. And he is only little, so it was quite overwhelming getting into New York. So we agreed that he could stay in the house until the trip to Boston. He liked the idea of visiting a small city first before braving Manhattan for our final weekend. So there will be more from Nico and I once we arrive into Boston, and for the whole of this weekend.
Yes, yes there may be ...
... I'm planning on sleeping in late tomorrow to visit the <b>9/11 Memorial Museum and pool,</b> then catch a tour bus to the <b>Metropolitan Museum of Art</b> to spend most of the noon hours at that venue. The <b>Flatiron Building </b>was the tallest building in NYC in 1902. ...
... a drink that Lou bought us in the park, before we went on to see the Chrysler building & Central Station. This was a rather luxurious station with a crystal encrusted clock. It was getting late so we made tracks back to the hotel. On way we stopped to see 2 beautiful big police horses on duty, not at all bothered by the amount of traffic or people approaching them to stroke them. Starving by now, luckily we grabbed a roasted corn on the cob for 3 usd each, from the market ...