Clinton Manor Hotel Union
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and my departure for Cambridge. I did a bit of washing and then went out for dinner. On the way back a guy on the street offered me cocaine. All the time we've been here and it has felt so safe, and still, this guy was not threatening in any way. Very conversationally, he caught my attention and asked if I wanted any cocaine. I politely declined and he said 'Hey Aussie.. Oi, oi, oi!' Bizarre. Looking forward to heading up to Harvard tomorrow and starting my ...
We then had a visit from our friend Peter Bodnaruk. We go way back with Peter, me to our college days together and Stephen all the way to kindergarten. He flew up from Chicago to spend the night with us, for which we were very grateful. Hope to be able to visit Chicago in the future.
... an attempt to warm my poor, neglected finger bones. The Brooklyn Promenade was Baltic, to use the phrase from back home. Even on such a cold day and still fairly early morning, Brooklyn Bridge was thronging with slow-moving sightseers. It took me a while to settle into the arrhythmic pace of the bewildered herd due to the long prongs of selfie sticks jutting every which way and the irritated cyclists frantically ringing bells to make the crowds scatter. For once, I decided to walk ...
... Sunday brunch at The Robert overlooking Central Park. We had all been there before when Mum and Dad were out over Easter and enjoyed it so much that we wanted to pay it one last visit. Again, we had a great window table and Thomas particularly enjoyed his Eggs Benedict.
After brunch we went for a final walk around Central Park. Mum insisted we enter the park by walking over the Columbus Circle roundabout which ...
Thank you for another lovely hot day, Mother Nature! Today we got a number of the "must-dos" done. So in order: Rockerfeller - I was surprised that they already had the ice skating rink up and running... That's something I'd love to do in the winter. There were so many people partaking - I'm not sure I'd want to waste a good 23 degree day, but would love to do it when it's colder. Central Park - I can't believe how huge a space this thing ...