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... watch. It was beautiful. We could have stayed longer, but for about 20 minutes we relaxed and listened to these cherubic voices shining from their scriptures. Ted did get busted trying to take a recording to share on the blog. No signs said this was not allowed but a priest came behind him and banged the pew. Message understood. Time was running out before we had to be at the theater, so we went to a deli and had pizza and a drink quickly and arrive just ...
The southern end of Manhattan was the destination for today so we caught the Subway to south street to catch the ferry to go and check out Lady liberty. The cheapest way to see her is to catch the free Staten island ferry to see the statue. The liberty ferry is expensive and all it does is get you a little closer. Meh if it saves money then I'm happy.
We arrived and there was another ferry departing pretty ...
... Canada - two people today told us that we are in for some beautiful scenery.
Just another observation about Americans. It is not uncommon for the majority of people to respond with "You're welcome" when you thank them for doing something for you - buying something, letting you into the lift (elevator) etc. Does that sound like somone we know back home, Keely?
Our warmest love and greetings to all
John & Helen
... spectacular at the New York Metropolitan at the Lincoln Center and dinner at the Cafe Fiorelli across the road. The meal is excellent, our waiter is from Buckingham and is very personable, the food is good and a lovely atmosphere.
The ballet was amazing, the final piece was Gaiete Parisienne and was beautifully staged a really special event.
A taxi ride home and a good nights sleep round off our first ...
... be special. Why is that? Well, there is the location on Manhattan island, the Statue of Liberty, its historical status as portal to the new world, but even beyond that there is the lore of this city, which somehow manages to create a story and weave a narrative as powerful as that of much older Paris. There are downsides though: I hate the fact that I get problems with dry sinuses every time I visit the city, because all hotels, museums and venues are overly ...