The Jewel of Newbury
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... The first weekend I spent time with my mom and sister in New York City. We had an awesome hotel room at the Ritz Carlton at Battery Park, right on the water and with a view of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. I so enjoyed seeing them again! Friday night we went to Times Square and ate dinner at Jekyll and Hyde. A super funny restaurant, there is just weird things going on all the time. There was a little performance of the reanimation of ...
... slightly more difficult than New York but luckily GPS worked because we frequently found ourselves walking the opposite direction to what we should be. Gk started suggesting the direction based on gut feeling one day. I have a gut feeling this might work out well eventually. Weather: the day after we arrived an Arctic wind crossed the states and brought more freezing than normal temperatures everywhere. Ridic freezing. Was about -7 most days. ...
... the window. It was a classy moment you know. On the way back down I passed a little bird feeding station that was just crawling with squirrels. There was a little baby there which was very cute and I seem to have developed a little obsession with taking pictures of squirrels, so I stayed there snapping them until my fingers went numb (with the cold - not the number of pictures taken). In the evening I met up with a local guy called Denis who had offered to show me round ...
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... There were so many people catching the train to the baseball, fortunately a few trains heading in that direction. We bought hotdogs (sausages) with onions, peppers, mustard and ketchup to eat traditional fare. Found our seats which were on first base... Good view of what was happening. The prices for food and drink made the MCG look reasonable....although a much greater variety. Our seats were the end of the row which meant we were up on down all ...