Travel Blogs from New York City
... and he drove us to a little hole in the wall ice cream place that, among many other delicious things, offered custom-built donuts that you could make into ice cream sandwiches. Glen, John, and I opted for frozen yogurt while Barbara got an ice cream called “Pirate’s Treasure”.
Barbara had to head home after that, so she took off on the Vespa and Glen drove us back to the lot in his car. The drive home was surreal and hilarious…we kept ...
... We still had a few bits to do in NYC and also needed some time to plan and book ahead our next few days so we stopped another day in the city. Unfortunately our Hostel was fully booked so we had to move to a different one - a YMCA (yes, we sang the song to ourselves when we got there). This was a bit of a faff but at least it provided us with somewhere to do the bits we needed too. Not much else to put for today.
Cloudy with showers
... on 7th avenue. Both are actually pretty disappointing! Then Top of The Rock at 30 Rockefeller Plaza. The building was constructed during the Depression and the famous picture of the men sitting at the top of a building on a beam over the city is from this building. The view from the 67th and 68th floors are fabulous and having had a few days to explore now we are able to point out most of the landmarks. Sarah can't help but remember that the building in ...
... routine medical examinations, laxatives are used to clear the colon in preparation for rectal examinations.
During digestion, the nutrients and fats in the food are absorbed quickly in the small intestines. When the digested food goes to the large intestines, it is already stripped of the fats and calories supposedly to be removed by the laxatives but laxatives work on the lower intestines by inducing the intestinal muscles to contract and force out ...
... serious. There was even some chanting from spectators going on... At the training. After they finished training we dropped into an electrics superstore. There were conveyor belts running along the top of the room which they move their inventory around the shop with. Luckily the weather had warmed up a bit so it was about 5 degrees. So we managed to walk the twenty or so blocks to the museum of modern art. The museum made it very clear to me that I do not understand art in ...
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