Super 8 Motel Darien/I95
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... been eating lots of home fries!! I'm hoping I won't be sitting next to any of them on the plane! At the interval, I heard someone calling my name. But it couldn't be - I don't know anyone who's in NY at the moment. But yes, it was my name. Andrew Aronowicz, a former Wesley student, now composer, is here in NY with his partner trombonist Ben Anderson, son of my old friends Ken and Ruth from MUCS days. It was great to catch up with them and I'm only sorry that we weren't able ...
... Yorker already). The crab egg Benedict were amazing and Rhys tried his first regular egg Benedict with Canadian maple cured bacon. Breakfast is booked for tomorrow at the Plaza hotel amazing dining room - the Palm Court.
The morning was rounded off with a defective trip to St Patrick's Cathedral. They are doing a major renovation to both the exterior and interior, so the full splendour will not be ...
... enough Monets to fill several rooms, plus all the other impressionists artists, the list went on and on and on.
The other really impressive thing was the building itself - grand staircases and halls, arched ceilings and full glass panelled walls. I found myself looking as much at the architecture as I was the art!
Now I know what all the fuss is about! A must do!
... it might have been Frank Worthington's dad, or even Frank himself, (look him up), but on closer staring he was too bulky and the wig too uniform for Frank's shiny quiffs.
Out into a quiet Central Park. A chilly breeze was blowing down Central Park West and our subway station was closed to local traffic again. We ambled down to Columbus Circle to pick up line 1. Our destination was the deep south of Manhattan to catch the Staten Island Ferry. It is free ...
... the wind in my face I instantly felt better and I was able to take screaming Indy back onto my lap. Definitely not the entry into NYC that I had hoped for!
That night we understandably slept well, until 3:30am when the jet lag kicked in so the first day we spent recovering. It was a nice family day in the hotel and we explored close by. We went for a walk to Time Square and bought some groceries from Walgreens...to us it looked like a mini supermarket ...