The French Quarters Guest Apartments
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... and back on and then the bus started. I must have put some weight on given she said several people would need to step off and on and just my weight reset it. -Lots of walking. Not Mitches favourite activity. -navigation...so my brain was a bit slow to grasp the fact that New York is a grid. Streets numbered 1st, 2nd, street ect in one direction and then 1st avenue, 2nd avenue in the other direction. The main issue we had was coming out of the subway exit and working ...
... saw everything I had on my list.
Had an early morning walk in Central Park, visited Times Square, looked at the Empire State building, checked out the Chrysler building, went up the Rockefeller centre tower and enjoyed the view from up above and then made my way to the docks where I caught a circle line ferry round Manhattan island.
I learnt a lot about the history of the city and its people, all the different bridges ...
... plaza. Here they had an ice rink surrounded with flags from every state in America. We watched some people ice skating, getting excited for our later adventure of ice skating in Central Park. From here we found the Lego store and had fun checking out all the awesome Lego creations and Lego to buy. We grabbed a quick lunch and than wandered through more shops, buying a few trinkets and souvenirs. We found a Ben and Jerry's ice ...
... bagel and coffee as we walked the length of central park. What a gorgeous park! Being autumn the teees and leaves were so viabrant. There's ponds/lakes throughout and walking paths in all directions. Also had a great view of the New York skyline over the biggest lake. Took us about 1hr 30min to walk the length.We then walked up 5th avenue to Rockefella Centre. 5th Avenue is laced with all the lable shops - if only we could do a spot of shopping! At Rockefella centre they ...
... decided they had had enough of the skating too. The "puddle" was a gigantic fountain, with sprays of water coming from the outside and enough water to cover your feet all through the centre (which was about the size of the skating rink). The water was cool to begin with but the weather was humid so it felt nice. Ashton and Georgia had the most fun running around and splashing. It was the best puddle, with no mud and wasn't slippery!