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... happen. Runners run, cyclists cycle, and roads run through it - everyone and everything co-exists in that massive green lung. We started the day with a workout in the gym. I burned of all of a 100 calries and then had breakfast at Le Pain Quotidien. Janine had Brown Rice Pudding, I had a Belgian waffle with cream and jam. I know that's more than a 100 calories worth but hey, when in New York ... Today we've sat ...
Caught train into manhattan with Kellen, Charlie and ed. Started with walking the high line, an old railway line suspended above the streets made that used to distribute all the dairy and food products to the warehouses in NY and considered the lifeline of the city once. But trucks became preferred transport and the line became disused. By the ...
... so we just looked at the sea. We spent a good two hours in the sunshine before walking inland to find a Starbucks and going home. We wandered to the Station and found another Taxi company who brought us back to the hotel to freshen up before bed. Tonight is an early night because we have an earlyish flight tomorrow morning to get across to San Francisco.
So today we saw the Atlantic, and tomorrow we head to the ...
Up at 8:30 feeling great! Poor Mim was awake at 3am again but not for as long. I headed out to Starbucks for the morning fix, plus picked up some sunscreen then to the deli for some yoghurt!
Back to the hotel and then Mim and I headed to the subway, 1 stop to the Brooklyn bridge.
We walked the Brooklyn bridge!! So pretty looking both ways. Was a hot walk but well with it!
... Jim Parrack (True blood).
We took a taxi to 9/11 memorial and paid for the audio tour. When i was here with Mom last time we had done this tour and i was interested to see how it had changed in the last 4 years. We walked in the 9/11 Tribute Center and watched the short movies and listened to the stories and pictures. 343 Firefighters lost their lives that day, 72 Police officers, 2606 civilians at the trade center's. This is not including the people who were on ...