tirsdag den 27. marts 2018
Mandag / Monday
Nogen havde sat en hvid rose i et af navnene. Så smukt.
On both Sunday and Monday, we walked a lot. On Monday, we started by walking to Ground Zero. It was the first time to see this for my 15 year old niece and my 12 year old nephew, and it was a totally new experience being there with them and talking about it again. By now, all of us lived with this for 16 years, but watching someone else really understanding for the first time, made it real again.
Someone had put this white rose in one of the names. So beautiful.
På vej derhen kom vi forbi et lille "farmer's market" - hvor de havde lækkert garn!
Så nu behøver jeg ikke gå i garnbutik*.
Afterwards, we walked to Brooklyn Bridge in order to cross on foot. It is so nice being here with my sister and kids - she has great ideas about what to do. I would never myself have thought of this, although I've seen it in a few films. (On film, it is never as crowded as in real life!)
On the way, we passed a small "farmer's market" - where they sold really nice yarn!
So now I don't have to visit a yarn shop*.
375 Fries", hvor vi fik - ja - pommes frites. De var gode! Vi gik så til Chinatown og fik kinesisk is. Også lækkert. Derefter tog vi toget til Central Park, hvorefter vi gik tilbage.
It was a nice walk across the bridge, and afterwards we took the underground up to "375 Fries", where we had - well - fries. They were great! Then we walked to Chinatown and had Chinese ice cream. Also delicious. After that, we took the train to Central Park, and walked back.
Tirsdag kan jeg godt leve med at gå max. 20.000 skridt......
* Som om
The last few kilometers had some whining. From everyone. It's crazy, how much your feet can hurt!
On Tuesday, I can survive walking less than 20,000 steps......
* As if