La Quinta Inn & Suites Clifton
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... Louise said he did eat at 6:50. Sorry Rich. Bryan took a gel too.
6:58 Hells Gate - Joe says it's not too bad today. Some days it's really bad with the currents.
Bryan pushes through, knowing he is against the current now and picks up his pace.
7:10 Through Hells Gate easy!
Easy for Jody to say from the boat that is. It really is a lovely day. Really lovely as the East river splits off and we head up the Harlem River.
... for an hour due to the late arrival of the flight crew. At least the flight wasn't cancelled as many other United flights were. There were many disgruntled passengers in the terminal. The flight was fairly uneventful with nice fully flat beds again and plenty to eat and drink. I think the pilot was keen to make up lost time as the flight was only six hours when it was expected to take 7 hours. This was not quite enough time to sleep but Geoff did mange a few hours. Our landing ...
... We head across the Manhattan bridge to Brooklyn which is across the Hudson River. Some Danish founders named this Brooklyn but they pronounced this Breeklyn which sounded like Brooklyn, so it stuck as that.
Here they have a prestige up market Brooklyn Heights which is on the river front and looks at New York. Woody Allen grew up there, and if you ever ring 911 that is where the call centre is. This use to be a seedy dirty area but since the 1990's ...
... Director of Music Julian Wachner, and featured the Choir of Trinity Wall Street, the Trinity Baroque Orchestra (both with Grammy nominations) and some excellent soloists. The performance was first class in every respect! On Monday, we attended another concert at St Paul's Chapel - O Rosa Bella, music for court and chapel - performed by an instrumental quartet incorporating various combinations of shawms, recorders, sackbuts and guitars. We knew and have performed many of ...
... don’t do it justice explaining it but it really represents the massive scale of what happened and the amount of loss that people felt. It is a huge chasm in the middle of NYC and a scar on the city. It shouldn’t be beautiful or “selfie-able” it should just be sad. We continued walking and made our way through Tribeca, Little Italy, Chinatown, Noho, Nolita and Soho. NYC is so big that no matter where we went it was busy. I am sure people were also ...