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Today visit to New York Botanical Garden (NYBG). It is a botanical garden and National Historic Landmark located in the Bronx, New York City. The 250-acre (100 ha) site's verdant landscape supports over one million living plants in extensive collections. Each year over 965,000 visitors visit the garden's remarkable diversity of tropical, temperate, and desert flora, as well as programming that ranges from exhibitions in the Haupt Conservatory ...
... matter of the universe. It is good to be humbled, to let the ego rest now and again. As the priest started to speak The Lord's Prayer, I smiled. The whole winter on the mountain, I had been trying to get my Irish roommates to take me to mass, but it had never come off. And then pretty much as soon as I left the mountain and my friends, here I was sitting in a cathedral listening to a priest. I gave a dollar to the collection plate and felt curiously at peace. I ...
... video which bought back lots of happy memories. We didn’t go down the traditional Thanksgiving turkey route for dinner instead opting for steak at Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse. It was the right decision being an incredible meal with incredible red wine. Feeling as stuffed as the turkeys that were being eaten everywhere else in the US, we spent the rest of the evening eating Cadbury’s chocolate that Katie and John ...
So was the day for Tour de Central Park! A day where Granny renewed her acquaintance with a push bike after 40 long years. We hired bikes for 4hrs and headed to the Park. After a very wobbly start, a couple of near misses with the kerb and many giggles Granny confirmed the old adage that you never forget how to ride a bicycle. Central Park is truly beautiful and leaves any other park I have ever seen in its dust. The sheer size of it is amazing and it has such ...
... all the electricity bouncing off those big screens!) Very stimulating to the eye everywhere you look there is a big or bigger screens advertising all sorts of things from Disney products to Real Estate, and of course the "put your face on this screen" selling 15 seconds of fame in Times Square!
We grabbed a light dinner and sat around just watching and taking it all in (and the fact that we may have been a little on the tired side for ...