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... to the door of the plane. This one was smaller and kinda smelled funny, but the flight was fine. We sat on the plane for about 20 minutes before I accidentally drooped my head and fell asleep- for 35 minutes. When I woke up, we hadn't taken off yet! The pilot said that this time (11:00am) was one of the heaviest times for flying so we took off almost an hour late, as we waited in a long line of taxying planes. Good thing we didn't have to make a connecting flight or we ...
... warm coats, wetting on the very occasional tree and anyone you thank who helps you in any way replies with a seemingly genuine "you're welcome", as though they really do want you to love their city just as they do. Anything the locals can do which will convince you of the appeal of their city they will happily do. Everything in New York is big - the buildings, the characters you meet, the meals and the experiences you have. They ...
... of Lady Gaga's shoes.
We headed back to the hotel after the museum.
We've been on the go none stop for the last week so needed a break. The weather was pretty ordinary, so we got back to the hotel and hibernated for the afternoon. We watched a few episodes of family feud on the tele and Mardi cooked dinner.
We are now half way through our trip and having a ball. We've seen so much again, but have heaps still to see and do. Our love affair with NYC ...
... That's where my heart was. The House That Ruth Built was no more. We proceeded onward towards Grant's Tomb. We would catch the Uptown Loop Bus and continue on back to Midtown Manhattan. We traveled along Madison Avenue until we came to 112th Street East. We were now at the northeast corner of Central Park and approaching the Museum Mile. First was the Museum of the City of New York, Smithsonian Museum of Design, Guggenheim Museum, Frick-Whitney Museum, ...
... we got around by asking the locals who are very happy to help. We've been impressed with New Yorkers. The Empire State Building has 3.5 million visitors per year. The crowds weren't huge but we spent sometime queuing to get in and up and back again. We went through bag screening as you do at any major tourist spot her. The view 86 stories up was all round and good. We could have paid more to go to 102 stories but we saw what we wanted to and it may be our last totally fine day ...