Chelsea Center East
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... in front of the enormous real Christmas tree. We fought our way through, photo bombing only a few people’s pictures and made it up to the Top of the Rock. The elevator up is rather cool with the roof transparent and they have projections on to it. The view from top was spectacular as you can see north across Central Park and then south to the Empire State and you can even see the Statue of Liberty in the distance. After watching the sunset and the lights come on ...
... just gooo overrrr there and you catch that L liiiine and then get off at 8th Avenuuuue and get on the Blue A liiiiine and you's head for Brooooklyn. Too easy, off I go, I managed to get on the A line but after about 15mins and asking someone apparently I was on the right train but headed in the wrong direction. LOL Anyhow I got off that and on the right one and managed to find my way home. Darren wonders in a bit later, not at least worried. I knew youd get home sooner or later!
... and is where a well to do family of the era lived, compared to the working class living that we saw in the tenement buildings a few days ago. This family had 10 children and some extended family living in this house with 2 servants - ...
... with the iconic Lady Liberty herself before we head north into the Bronx for a Major League Baseball encounter in the shape of the New York Yankees versus the Texas Rangers. For a reason that still escapes me, the Yankees have built a brand new replica stadium across the street from the old one where I first watched them some 11 years earlier. That said, it's an impressive stadium and we take our seats alongside an expectant home crowd who are all geared up to see ...
... St. Subway stop. Along the way we passed through wall street, the NY stock exchange, a few pieces of “art”, and the NY federal reserve bank. At Fulton we boarded the train to Brooklyn The plan here was to grab lunch/ice cream before walking back to Manhattan over the Brooklyn Bridge.
Lunch was at a small Pizzerias called “Julianas”. We ordered the #4 (Mozz, Arugula and Proscuitto), the Arugula Salad and a couple of Beers . ...
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