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USA - NY to LA - 2001

We wandered the next day towards Greenwich Village and Chelsea. By now we have learned to walk to but take a taxi back. When you are three or four people it is often cheaper than public transport and much more convenient. It is also necessary to save feet and legs for the next day's explorations. The Metro involves at lot of walking and standing

Lots of really interesting facades which will never appear in the architectural journals.

Tasteful green facade

A tasteful red facade

The red facade of the Little Missionaries Day Nursery

Mostly a lot of traffic but we decided that here was the best place to live if you can't have a penthouse on central park.

A lot of people agree with us. It's therefore expensive to live here.

And a lot of people use bicycles and you can't blame them. A certain times of the day is definitely the fastest way to travel and parking is not a problem.

Otherwise it costs almost as much to park your car as it does to rent a Hotel room so we didn't pick up our car until it was time to drive on.

© Ann Thulin © Lars Thulin,
© Per Thulin, © Ingrid Hansson
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