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... time here! On New Year's Eve we moved out of Susan's apartment and across the corridor to Mal and Hilary's. Sean kindly moved to the smallest bedroom for his last night in NY, leaving his comfortable room to George and me. We left our suitcases at 5A and then made our way downtown to the 9/11 Memorial site. The new Trade Centre tower rises high, but where the two towers were destroyed in 2001 (the second tower disintegrating while I was on the phone from Australia ...
To the restaurant which I everyday see on Yelp, while deciding for lunch but always the one below in the list took precedence. This one on the 51st street had a small entrance but a large space inside. Had variety of options for both veggies and the 2 non-veggies in our group. Has a large Apple salad - was filled with green apple with some additional toppings of my ...
... made me even prouder to be a Geordie. The music is amazing, the set, the staging everything seemed perfect. Hopefully it will transfer so I can be it, the main girls part was awesome. They could probably do with me as a dialect coach as well, the cents were shocking! As if we hadn't had enough excitement, we stumbled upon Sting again! In the theatre at the aftershow pics party on stage...luckily neither of us are camera savvy so we couldn't get any snaps! Just lots and lots of ...
... the pidgeons are up there. Wow!
Our next attraction was the City Sightseeing New York Twilight Cruise which left from Pier 78 at 7.30pm for a 90 minute cruise. The cruise went right under the Statue of Liberty at night. Such a lovely sight. The Statue looks so different in the night. Very special lady.
Well, what an amazing day. We did so much, were once again exhausted, but happy with what we saw today.
... I watched a short film about the events that day before I made my way into the museum. When you get to the end of the main concourse you have a bird's eye view of what they call Foundation Hall where you can see the slurry wall and the footprint of the North Tower. Right in the center is The Last Column. It was the last column removed from Ground Zero and became a tribute to all the fireman that lost their lives. It is an ...