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This was a fabulous day spent with Toby and his lovely partner Karen in upstate New York. Westchester County has some of the highest property taxes anywhere in America and living in this area are Bill and Hillary Clinton, Ralph Lauren and Martha Stewart. It was wonderful to see places ...
... of trustees. On 6 December 1941 he was about to embark on a major rebuilding exercise, but the events of 7 December stopped him. Sadly no major building or restoration work has occurred since then exactly 73 years later.
We enjoyed a vertical tour, which took us up above the floor and up close with the architectural secrets of the building. Including the winding staircase of 175 steps, the inner roof area and the roof. We had a birds eye ...
Today was fine. Our two day bus pass expired at 10.30am today so we need to get in the bus and stay there before that time. We'd completed two tours, downtown and the night tour, and we wanted to do Uptown. That would leave one to do. We also hadn't done the Bronx and Yankee Stadium but were weren't concerned about that. The three of us, incl. Jolanta, were on the bus at 9.20am, which is good by our standard on this trip. Of particular interest on the route was to see ...
... to the station, caught the 6 line back to the station near the hostel, went to a grocery store nearby and picked up some food before heading back to the hostel. At the hostel i collected my bags and then headed back to the station.
I caught the 6 line up to Grand central, then the shuttle to times square, then the 1 line to 28th
street. From here it was a short walk to the hotel – the double tree. This was the contiki start ...
... a dramatic backdrop with the sun cowering behind black thunderous clouds. Andy regretted his cocktail choice called Secret Garden. It consisted of gin, kalamata-infused vermouth, oregano and tarragon and basically just tasted of olives with a big kick of alcohol. We made sure Andy visited the "exhibitionist" toilets before we left and headed for dinner at Recette.
Boy were we about to be in for a treat! It ...