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... of recording artistes IMHO...
...was ****** off at how my GPS was constantly thrown off in the shadow of gigantic skyscrapers in Manhattan, it was a bit like walking blind most of the time; or asking people; which amounted to the same thing;
...saw the funniest beggar notice where a guy had a sign over his hat on the ground saying: "I bet you a quarter that you read this!"; I lost of course :)
...was overjoyed to find large stores ...
... system which somehow made the view a little more sinister. Knackered and a bit shell shocked, we went to bed.
This morning I visited the 9/11 memorial site. I went alone as Ashleigh had decided it wasn't for her. I totally understand why she made that decision. I chose not to take my camera, it didn't seem right given the circumstances. I didn't see it as a tourist attraction, I went there to gain a better understanding of what happened that day ...
... the Yankees stadium in the Bronx. Surprisingly the stadium was emptier than we imagined but this could have been down to the fact that it was 9/11 and everyone had gone to the memorial that evening instead. Even so before the game started a moment of silence was taken to honour the day which was really amazing to be a part of.
The Yankees were playing the Tampa Bay Rays and I think for both Vaughan and I this was the first time we really understood how ...
... bite. This was the most delicious pastry I have ever had. I couldn't even do it justice trying to describe it. I knew that I would be back to get another one to take home. When I did I saw Dominique Ansel himself standing there having a conversation. I snapped a picture of him like some kind of pastry creeper. This man is my new idol. His Bakery is one block from the C train stop on Spring St. I have a feeling that I will be popping in on my way home from Manhattan ...
... but it wasn't that impressive at all. After all, most of the time your eyes are aimed at something that is in front of you, not above you. :-)
I also went to Central Park. My first impression was that it reminded me of the Botanical Gardens in Sydney, but there are differences. All the playgrounds for instance. You won't find those in the Botanical Gardens.