W New York - Downtown
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I have been known to have rare moments in the night where I see huge hairy spiders flying at me, men in the corner of the room or am taken over with the inability to stop opening and shutting the wardrobe door. Although terrifying at the time, I find them hilarious the next morning especially when Thomas can't even remember some of them happening even though we had full conversation at the time. He is very good in such situations ...
... one place or another. So buffalo wings, nachos and a pint it was - they really know how to do buffalo and blue cheese sauce! That evening we caught up with Graces friend Justine who she went to school with in Philly 9yrs ago. So nice to catch up and get some good tips for the rest of our USA travels. Justine suggested going to a comedy show that night (asssscat 3000, West 26th St) that Amy Poelher (from Parks & Recreation) had started up and does each Sunday. So we got there ...
... Tower, Brooklyn Bridge and lots more.
We then explored the Intrepid Air Craft Carrier and, really cool, took a guided tour of the famous Concorde airplane. We actually sat in one of the seats!!!! And in the cockpit!!! It was fantastic.
In addition, the Intrepid is filled with history, especially of WWII and Vietnam. We definitely recommend it if you enjoy airplanes ...
... Governors Island, a partnership organization with governors island has introduce a ferry fare for Brooklyn and Manhattan ferries, charging $2 round trip for adults on all weekday ferries and on afternoon ferries on Saturdays and Sundays. Children age 12 and under will ride for free and seniors age 65 and over will pay half price. Morning ferries on Saturdays and Sundays will continue ...
Today began with... yes, another eighteen minute metro ride into NYC. The past two days have had record high temps for New York, but luckily today it was overcast and slightly rainy. We took the train past our usual stop to the World Trade Center Memorial. It was an expansive memorial of marble and flowing water. The names of those that lost their lives are engraved in the marble edges. The flowing water is peaceful, and there was a sense of quiet in ...