NYC D4 - Morning

What I love about New York is the little things. Actually, there's nothing little about it, so that first sentence is completely inaccurate. Sure, Manhattan is only a few miles wide (miles is apparently some sort of archaic measurement that the Americans are still hung up on), but it's so full of stuff that walking down a street (not avenue, as avenues run lengthwise - streets run widthwise) there is so much going on! In conclusion, New York is big. Aren't you glad you read all that? 

 

We had a lot of rain yesterday, and we have more of it today; for the morning at least. 

 

 Apparently Thursday ends at 2 pm now. 

Apparently Thursday ends at 2 pm now. 

Hopefully, we have little to no rain tonight for the river boat cruise. 

Our first stop this morning is the Natural History Musuem...I'm looking forward to seeing at least half of the 33 million specimens housed there. Okay, maybe half is a little much. Maybe just a quarter of them - so just 8, 250, 000 of them, or so. 

Anyway, breakfast was consumed and we are back on the Enterprise. Have you been wondering what our starship looks like?  

 

 Not this.  

Not this.  

 Not even this. 

Not even this. 

 A little like this. Actually, exactly this. 

A little like this. Actually, exactly this. 

Anyway, we're about to enter the Lincoln Tunnel for the last time on this trip and I want to get this uploaded before I temporarily lose data while venturing under the Hudson. It's not really a captivating site, but here is some of the entrance anyway:

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