The Freeport Inn and Marina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... artist, V.S. Gaitonde. We wandered back to the apartment through Central Park and ended up back at the Bethesda Fountain. When we were there the other day, we didn't walk under the bridge due to the wedding proposal happening. This time we did and could not believe what we saw under the bridge. It was a beautiful mosaic and such a surprise. Not something you expect to see. One other thing ...
... happens very soon after we arrive back in Melbourne. I'm going to spend a couple of hours getting some photos to go with this blog episode, and we are listening to the wind whistling outside as the sun begins to set. Mal and Hilary are back to Callicoon tomorrow for the weekend. Mal will be heading for a very busy stretch at NYU's Sydney Campus and Hilary will be back at work at Barnard on Monday. George and I have a couple more concerts to attend this weekend, and a New ...
... the way we saw squirrels and a cat, feral by the size of him.
We spent some time at the point of the island looking at Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn. Whilst I was taking photos Mardi was asked if she could be photographed. There was a group of amateur photographers on an excursion. After the photos we walked back along the island and caught the cable car back to Manhattan.
The sun had been replaced with ...
... but people just kept coming. We stayed for about half an hour and saw glimpses of the larger costumes and floats, there were not many though, mostly just people walking in costume. We'd both had enough of the crowd by now and really couldn't see anything so we decided to leave. We saw some great costumes on the way there and back though. We went for tea at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square, small wait, great meal, headed for home a little earlier than ...
... to my Granddad, designing my muppet was a piece of cake. Unfortunately the same can't be said for Lilly as she went back and forth between eyes, noses, hair and costumes again and again (in her defence some of the items were no longer stocked) until she finally brought the muppet from her mind onto the design paper. The 'builder' took it all in her stride as no doubt we weren't the most difficult customers she's ever had to deal with... Also, not ...