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... both shocked at the destruction, loss and sadness of that day that we got on the subway to go home and were speechless the whole way.
Hotel stop in, to put the go pro away and off we went for a happy hour meal and beers. Lovely little Mexican joint. Beers, 2 tacos each and some amazing guacamole. But why not finish off your night at ...
... the next three days would be the Salisbury Hotel. Located between 6th and 7th Avenues and on 57th Street, it is very centrally located to walk to many points of interest. As it was a beautiful Sunday afternoon, we decided to walk through Central Park which was only one block away. Central Park is over 800 acres in size. It is a symmetrical rectangle, running from 58th street to 118th street. When we entered the Park we got a map and ...
... time black and menacing, so we headed directly to the Guggenheim, only to discover that there was very little to see as they are in the middle of changing over their exhibitions and most of the place was out of bounds.
Thee was a small exhibition of Frank Lloyd Wright's work, a weird exhibition of contemporary South American art and their small permanent collection of impressionists. It was not impressive at all and we sailed round.
... State Building - what a story!! I finished the night partying with some people we met from Belgium who had an apartment in Brooklyn - so yes I ended up going over the Brooklyn bridge!!
On Saturday we got up and did some shopping on 5th Avenue- I spoiled myself and brought a Michael Kors bag.
All the big end shops are on 5th Ave - also something to see. Surprised we didn't see any celebrities!!
We had a nice dinner in a pub that night where the soccer ...
... throughout for cans and bottles. There were crowds of people around Times Square all bumping into one another. There were people dressed up as Mickey Mouse, Batman, Transformers, Sesame Street characters and the Statue of Liberty on every other street corner. There was a naked cowboy playing his guitar (not quite naked - underpants only) and a naked cowgirl similarly clad but you wouldn't have been wrong in ...