Travel Blogs from Brooklyn
... that's another thing.) Illinois and Indiana bored me. I have nothing nice to say about Ohio. Pennsylvania was pretty, but boy did that go on a long time. And New Jersey - well, the best thing I have to say about New Jersey is that you can see New York from there. I guess I'm spoiled, having grown up in Canada and the west, where spaces are big, marvelous, majestic, and magic. I feel sort of bad for the east coast. It tries SO HARD. But ...
... happen next" reputation. Tonight's show: Kinky Boots. Cyndi Lauper's take on a true story from England, where a dying shoe factory finds a new lease on life by producing shiny boots for drag queens. What can I say, it was brilliant. The only time I've eve seen an entire theatre give a standing ovation. Allegedly, Cyndi herself was in he crowd - which would have been two close encounters with royalty in the one day! Tomorrow: our last full day in New York. ...
... people. It was very emotive and appeared money making. Not impressed!!!
We took another trip to the Meat Packers district where Simon and Renae had stayed. Loved this
area of old buildings, markets, beautiful food and classy shopping. Even enjoyed an outdoor film shoot whilst we ate al fresco Italian in the cobbled streets .
Our daily routine for the week in New York involves many trips on the subway. After I managed to have my weekly ...
In the morning, I worked.
About 2pm, I left the hotel to meet Jeremy at the American Natural History Museum. Matt had given us passes for the day, which was very nice of him. It was cold, cold, cold, so I was quite happy to reach the museum.
We had just about enough time for three timed-entry exhibits, so choose the Butterfly Conservatory, the planetarium show, and the special exhibit on Food and Culture. ...
... weeks ago at Amy’s house. Ross is English and Marina grew up in California so they’re also newish to NY. Ross loved having a fellow cricket fan at the table! It was very noisy and busy so we headed to their local for a drink, which was also noisy and busy, so we had a nightcap at their apartment before heading home. We both needed a sleep-in after our busy weeks and since Tigger was having a rare attack of affection and was curled up against me and ...
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