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The Botanic Garden was remarkable. They actually have seasons out east, and the cherry trees were erupting. Everything was green and pink and white. Miss P loved running around among the cherry-blossoms that carpeted the ground like snow. There was Daffodil Hill, and bed after bed of tulips of many hues.
It had the bonus of bordering Flatbush Avenue, which thrilled the baseball history fan in me.
... 2, 2014 - It was a freaking cold, cold day with 30 MPH winds. So much so NYRR had to take down lots of signs and even the start arch and wheelchair racer started after the bridge. The All-American race began for me at 4 AM to take the Subway for 1 hour to its end. (not even the closest line because it was being repaired - aka I survived a 4:30 AM walk in Harlem...he he) I jumped on the Ferry to Staten Island, the start. I met a ton of people from everywhere in the world with so ...
... would be a great time
to get a night view of the city from Rockafellar Centre!
10: 00pm - 12:00pm - rooftop drinks ! http://www.theperfectpintnyc.com/ ( you can see the
theme for the evening here was drinking!
12:00pm - ...
... the harbour bottom, and partly restored and displayed in a purpose built museum building.
The Vikings were a tough bred of Scandinavian people who journeyed great distances to far off lands in their primitive wooden boats between the years AD 800 and 1100 in remarkable quests of exploration, raiding and trading.
... Bex, and their beautiful families.
The BBQ was great. Ronda and Ben went all out and prepared lots of delicious food. I was so happy spending time with everyone and getting to see and squish all the kids. Michele and Abby stopped by too for a quick but sweet visit. It's a blessing to be surrounded by such fantastic friends here and back at home.
Tomorrow we plan to go to Manhatten. There's ...