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Weather was great, had a few hours spare and one more City Pass Voucher, so off we go to the Museum of Modern Art to view the gallery with Monet, Van Gough and Klimt. Quick bus trip back to 43rd for brunch with Casey and Paul at the Comfort Diner. Then race back to hotel to commence our long way back home via Sydney to have a cuppa with my folks and then ready for another New ...
... that looked like very budget, cramped housing. Saw a school and the kids were playing in a small concrete area. Australian kids have a good deal at our schools! Next time they whinge because we close the oval for a day, I'll have something to say! Leaving the zoo at 4, which is heading towards dusk, was an interesting thought... weren't too keen to walk through the Bronx in the dark!! It was ...
... us as we walked past, we were given medals and had photos, and than we walked further, they wrapped us in foil sheets and tapped them on, it was freezing now we had stopped running, still everyone congratulating us as we walked. We were given a goodie bag that contained, water, Gatorade, protein shake, pretzels, energy bar and an apple. Than we had to keep walking, eating and drinking as we did. It was more of a shuffle than a walk for me though, my legs were ...
Two days worth here ... It rained yesterday, just about all day so we went off to Greenwich Village to do a spot of shopping. We found Chelsea market which was a gem of a place - a bit like Aflek's in Manchester, full of weird and wonderful things - lots of art work and handmade jewellery too. At one point we were drenched with the rain dripping down our necks, so we ended up buying woolly hats and scarves. That felt a bit odd as the weather ...
... only Palm trees, and even the ****** wood they produce is expensive.
Anything made of wood for serious (i.e. Temple or Noble) use was made from imported woods from ... a long way away ... and firing those ceramics required a lot of wood for fuel. See what I mean about 'conspicuous consumption?'
Probably not on quite the same level as those Egyptian tombs - but they were hidden away from the public and Egypt had a much ...