Inn on Second
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... similar spot on their side of the Bridge.
With crowds of tourists, anything that blocks part of the lane is a nuisance, and there are laws against what this fellow is doing--vendors are not allowed on the bridge, but several of them seemed to be getting away with it today. We did see several policemen but not in the same area.
At the end of the bridge ...
Sleep in after travel yesterday. A Rainy day today and boys aren't keen to go out, they've been wanting to have some responsibility and time alone so we agreed to leave boys in room to watch TV and relax. We organised lunch across the road, left them some money and our phone number and let the hotel know then headed off to the Metropolitan art museum (the met) for a few ...
Another day of stressful travel is over. Waking up early to get a shuttle to Boston airport but standing on the wrong side of the road (due to no signage) meant we missed it and had to catch the next one, getting us to the airport with 25 min for us to check our bags and get through security. Virtually walking straight to the gate and onto the plane, the flight was over as soon as it started (50 min flight), with minimal fuss until we got to JFK airport. Once at JFK, ...
... things including finally finding Magnolia Bakery in Bleeker St. (busy with crazy people like me doing a pilgrimage for cupcakes). Wednesday - our last full day here & we started with a subway ride up to 86th & Central Park West. Our plan was to walk down to midtown crisscrossing the park. First cross took us to the Metropolitan Museum of Art gift shop (I make it a habit to never visit an art gallery but I go to all the shops), then down 5th and back ...
... cost mind you...particularly the pre-war brownstones overlooking Manhattan. And the the views are glorious. Iconic. Spectacular. All yours for 7 million dollars. You even get a lovely garden thrown in! A walk across a very busy Brooklyn Bridge to City Hall...a 6 train home. Tonight, the East Village and a Bowery gig... ...