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After a slow start, and hearty breakfast back at the Flame Diner, we walked to Trump Tower via the front of Central Park. The street across the front of the park is quiet and the tourist carriages all line up here waiting for clients. We saw one driver backing his horse up into his 'parking bay', with ears pointed back & was trying to give a kick-up behind him & didn't like it. Kat remarked that Maurie has said that horses don't like being ...
... 15 minutes to start time all the tailgate people making their way from the car park to the stadium. The seats were quite high up but we could see all of the action. The crowd atmosphere was something very cool. Very passionate but like all team fans they turned on their team pretty quickly when they did a bad play. The anthem was respectful, with quiet crowd and cheering at the end. The large U.S. flag was shaped in the U.S. map. They ...
... Ellis Island. Lady Liberty may not be as big as one imagines, but she sure is an extraordinary beautiful sculpture. Walked the High Line (the old elevated train line now a trail like garden walkway for a few kilometres along the Hudson River. Very hipsterville, fantastic design, with a very gentle request to Plese Protect the Plants, instead of the usual brutal instruction to KEEP OFF THE GRASS. Japanese dinner @ Ootoya. Then walk downtown to Top of the Rock ...
... River meets the Hudson River, the 79th Street Boat Basin in the Hudson River, and the World Financial Center.
First Leg - The East River: Swimmers proceed up the East River under the Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge and Williamsburg Bridge. Just beyond the second bridge in the East River (the Manhattan Bridge), the swimmers steer clear of the pier near the prison barge by adjusting the course towards the center of the river. On the left side of ...
... smiled so much I think she may have been laughing at me. But even so, I was probably sweating or it was because I was in Brooklyn and about to get shot. Our host in the apartment was lovely, he was like a friendly giant. He provided all the breakfast, offered food in the evenings if he was cooking and he had OCD so everything was spotless. One thing I couldn't quite work out was his lady lifestyle. It all got a bit confusing for both me and Hannah. So he had a ...