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Whenever possible we picked out our lunch at a "deli" (delicatessen) where you often get to choose from all kinds of cuisine. Then you find a bench in a park to sit on. It turned out not to be cheaper than a sit down lunch since it is hard not to be greedy when choosing your food. We were, I'm afraid - it always looked and was really good!

There were special fenced in park areas for dogs and I am happy to report that New Yorkers are pretty good at picking up after their pets with plastic bags.

I did see one man who had trained his several dogs to squat over the grating in the middle of the street and pee on the metro below. I didn't know whether to laugh or cry. He was in any case to be congratulated on his ability as a dog trainer.

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After our baggage arrived late Sunday evening we were free to go further afield and headed for the twin towers of the World Trade Center. These buildings are just beside. Beautiful buildings from different eras all jumbled together must be one of New York's most prominent characteristics.

World Trade Center

World Trade Center

Columbus Circle

Located on the south west corner of Central Park. We are on our way to the worlds most famous park.

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