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... fresh sea air, then had lunch there.
US had a hundred million dollar Powerball draw today, and Ben purchased a ticket for those who wanted to buy one – and if one of us won, it was to be shared winnings. Good fun, we had a nice time thinking and laughing about 'our winnings’ ... but unfortunately we didn’t!!!!!! We received our group photo too, and list of emails if we want to stay in contact.
... up a collection of art of the same period and gifted it to the Met. This is now housed in the fascinating building of The Cloisters. Not the sort of art or architecture that we’d ever seen before.
The part I loved the most was the actual cloisters and the garden. A cloister is a covered walkway that forms a quadrangle. Invariably a cloister has an array of columns, which I absolutely love! My fascination with art and architecture must ...
... Being a big fan of sex and the city when I was younger the city felt very familiar even though I was seeing it for the first time, the major landmarks so often depicted on screen.
As well as wondering the streets of Manhattan and spotting many of the cities iconic buildings we also found time to enjoy the greener side of the metropolis. The high line is a new park that has regenerated one of the cities former above ground subway lines. Flower beds ...
Today was a mix of excitement and panic as our brave travelers embarked on the final stage of our journey! The day started with a breakfast full of eggs, coffee, and fruits at Sol De Quito. At 10:00am, we said goodbyes to Colin (my man from Michigan) and rushed onto NOT Roberto’s bus!! Although our new driver got us to the airport unscathed the bus felt empty without the kindness and love of Roberto. But our journey must continue.We then ate expensive fast ...
... of Lady Gaga's shoes.
We headed back to the hotel after the museum.
We've been on the go none stop for the last week so needed a break. The weather was pretty ordinary, so we got back to the hotel and hibernated for the afternoon. We watched a few episodes of family feud on the tele and Mardi cooked dinner.
We are now half way through our trip and having a ball. We've seen so much again, but have heaps still to see and do. Our love affair with NYC ...
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