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... became a dirty nuisance, making everything in life more difficult. However, I am ready for that challenge, feeling that snow on the streets and in Central Park would be a fitting finale to our experience of New York. Life is all about experiences and New York has been full of them over the past few days. One of the most special has been re-uniting with Llzz who has flown into the city from Minnesota especially to spend some time with us on our New York holiday. ...
... had laid roses and small christmas presents which was nice to see. We then headed up Broadway and walked through all the cool districts, soho etc. it was so busy though it's hard to stop and look at everything. We checked out city hall, where it began to snow a little but only for a few minutes! Spent a long time wandering around the different districts then carried on up to Time Square. We ...
So we missed out first flight. What is a vacation with missing one of your flights and at least it was not a connecting flight. There was horrendous traffic and our hotel took forever to organise us a cab. Never mind all part of the experience. We were booked on the next available flight at 1pm instead of 10am. Our hosts in New York arranged for another assistant to meet us at 7pm. We killed time at TGI Fridays at the ...
... would make it. We didn't have an address or a phone number in New Zealand, so even if they got lost, there was really no way to contact us, either. Fan-tastic. The flight was boarding when we arrived to the gate (after trying to exhange $80 in coins at a Foreign Exchange counter ... for any of you wondering, they're not a bank and won't accept a baggie full of coins) and we got on the plane to LAX, seated comfortably next to one another, we took a selfie and a deep breath. Here we ...
Spent a whole day at the Met's Medieval special collection ... big architectural pieces loot ... er, purchased from assorted European countries in the days before they passed laws against this sort of thing (i.e. in the early 20th century).
The Cloisters are in Fort Tryon Park, which is about as far north as you can go and still remain on Manhattan Island, and is almost at the end of one of the ...