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The Big Apple is justifiably famous for its night life and night lights. Here is a unique opportunity to see the city's brightness at twilight. Moreover, Sunday evening is an ideal time to pedal around lower Manhattan as there is considerably less street traffic. This unique tour begins while it is still daylight, with a pedal through the historic and charming West Village. As we ride along charming streets and by quaint houses, we'll pass by a famous restaurant that was once a classic "speakeasy."Today, it still has no identifying sign outside! Television sitcom lovers will certainly recognize a very familiar site - the actual building featured in the hit show Friends! Before we leave this neighborhood, we'll stop at the birthplace of the modern "gay rights" movement, learn the fascinating story behind its inception, and have a photo op at the powerful sculpture by the renowned George Segal. We'll then head to the new Hudson River Greenway, a splendid bike path with truly magnificent views of the New York Harbor. Before we enter historic Battery Park, we'll stop by the New York Trapeze School, sorry no jumping today! Passing near Ground Zero, we will visit yet another monument to human despair. We then ride through the Sunday quiet of the Wall Street area. Here, the spectacular Stock Exchange building is especially impressive at twilight. The fountain at the recently restored City Hall Park is illuminated by a whopping forty gas lanterns, almost distracting us from the "Cathedral of Commerce," aglow in its own incandescent splendor! The highlight of our tour is of course a truly amazing pedal up the Brooklyn Bridge, on its own bike path, as daylight slowly dissipates and the lights of the city emerge. Twilight on the Brooklyn Bridge is an "only in the Big Apple" awesome experience. Also, if the weather cooperates, we'll even watch the sun set behind the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings! This unique tour is not over yet. As we leisurely pedal back to our starting point, we'll pass by Foley Square, home to another prime-time TV program set. We return through SoHo, with its fashionable shop windows lit up at night, and its unique outdoor sculptures. This tour is truly a special opportunity to experience a very different side of the Big Apple.
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A fascinating exploration of the contents of Agatha Christie's seventy-three private notebooks, including illustrations and two unpublished Poirot stories When Agatha Christie died in 1976, at age eighty-five, she had become the world's most popular author. With sales of more than two billion copies worldwide, in more than one hundred countries, she had achieved the impossible-more than one book every year since the 1920s, every one a bestseller. So prolific was Agatha Christie's output-sixty-six crime novels, twenty plays, six romance novels under a pseudonym and more than one hundred and fifty short stories-it was often claimed that she had a photographic memory. Was this true? Or did she resort over those fifty-five years to more mundane methods of working out her ingenious crimes? Following the death of Agatha's daughter, Rosalind, at the end of 2004, a remarkable legacy was revealed. Unearthed among her affairs at the family home of Greenway were Agatha Christie's private notebooks, seventy-three handwritten volumes of notes, lists and drafts outlining all her plans for her many books, plays and stories. Buried in this treasure trove, all in her unmistakable handwriting, are revelations about her famous books that will fascinate anyone who has ever read or watched an Agatha Christie story. How did the infamous twist in "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd" really come about? Which very famous Poirot novel started life as an adventure for Miss Marple? Which books were designed to have completely differ-ent endings, and what were they? What were the plot ideas that she considered but rejected? Full of details she was too modest to reveal in her own autobiography, this remarkable new book includes a wealth of excerpts and pages reproduced directly from the notebooks and her letters, plus, for the first time, two newly discovered complete Hercule Poirot short stories never before published.
ISBN: 0-06-198837-5
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Uttermost Uttermost Greenway Hand Painted Art
UPC: 792977313152
Uttermost P/N: 31315
UPC: 790696010727
Uttermost's Art Combines Premium Quality Materials With Unique High-style Design. With The Advanced Product Engineering And Packaging Reinforcement, Uttermost Maintains Some Of The Lowest Damage Rates In The Industry. Each Product Is Designed, Manufactured And Packaged With Shipping In Mind. Hand Painted On Canvas Then Stretched On Wooden Stretchers. Due To The Handcrafted Nature Of This Artwork, Each Piece May Have Subtle Differences. Finish/Frame: Hand Painted Canvas Stretched Over Wooden Frame. Specification: Collection: Greenway Designer: Matthew Williams Material: Wood, Canvas Dimension: 2" Depth X 40" Width X 60" Height Weight: 14
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