"Climb whatever there is to..." Walking Tip by eden_teuling

Walking, New York City: 28 reviews and 35 photos


Favorite thing: <font color = blue><b>Climb</b></font color = blue> whatever there is to climb! <font color = blue><b>Travel</b></font color = blue> by bus and walk, walk, <font color = blue><b>walk</b></font color = blue>. Have breakfast at<font color = blue><b> a Deli</b></font color = blue>:the choisiest things on which you can build your day! Make a <font color = blue><b>boattrip</b></font color = blue> all around Manhattan, walk into the<font color = blue><b> famous</b></font color = blue> old hotels en banks: there are more possibilities than you think.<font color = blue><b> Dream away</b></font color = blue> in Central Park and buy fruit etc. at the <font color = blue><b>Amish </b></font color = blue>shops. <font color = blue><b>Share</b></font color = blue> a hotelroom with friends, the more in one room the <font color = blue><b>merrier and the cheaper</b></font color = blue>. <hr color ='BLUE'width='350'>

Fondest memory: <font color = blue><b>Prof. Dr. Thomas van Leeuwen </b></font color = blue>was our <font color = blue><b>learned guide </b></font color = blue>and thanks to him we could <font color = blue><b>enter</b></font color = blue> places normally closed to the public.<font color = blue><b> Spring was in the air </b></font color = blue>when we walked through Central Park and the <font color = blue><b>Easterparade</b></font color = blue>.....!Visit the <font color = blue><b>Botanical gardens</b></font color = blue>: excellent!<font color = blue><b>enjoy</b></font color = blue> streetlife to the full 24 hours per day: <font color = blue><b>sleep</b></font color = blue> and rest you can find when you are in the plane back<font color = blue><b> home</b></font color = blue>. Don't waste a split second.<font color = blue><b> Modern Art</b></font color = blue> fan? Visit the galeries and don't forget <font color = blue><b>Guggenheim</b></font color = blue> c.s.!!<font color = blue><b>FEEL </b></font color = blue>the metal of the iron houses and touch the old <font color = blue><b>BROWNSTONES</b></font color = blue>.
Dance with the <font color = blue><b>sun </b></font color = blue>and dance with the<font color = blue><b> moon </b></font color = blue>and don't forget to give something to a <font color = blue><b>homeless</b></font color = blue> rough sleeper now and again: <font color = blue><b>SHARE</b></font color = blue> a bit .....good idea ??

By the way:<font color = blue><b> Broadway </b></font color = blue>was called <font color = blue><b>'Heeren Straet/Heeren Wegh'</b></font color = blue> during the time NY was<font color = blue><b> New Amsterdam </b></font color = blue>and thus Dutch and it has always kept the name Broadway, even after the <font color = blue><b>'GRID' </b></font color = blue>was introduced, our professor told us, while we were walking there.

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  • Written Aug 24, 2002
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