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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Double Decker View, in Midtown

Touring view
Photo by myself, somewhere in Midtown.

The view from the double decker buses is a unique one.

Apart from the crowded sidewalk, you have long vistas of the avenues. You're also close to the detail of all the older buildings, which is sometimes lost blocked by signage and canopies.

A number of tour bus companies offer single day tickets where you can hop on and off.


Apologies for the tardy and spotty posts of late. It has been soooo busy here.

At home, I've been dealing with downed elevators and building leaks. At work, I've been drawing up fancy Kitchens and Dining Room tables that seat 12 or more. This is a little disconcerting, since many New York apartments don't even have Dining Rooms.

There have been warnings of another dip in the economy, but judging by the surge of projects and project deadlines, we have nothing to worry about.

Related posts: Tourist's Eye View, Fifth Avenue, Greetings from Above, in Midtown and On New York Bike Tours and Real Housewives.


Olivier said...

comme tout bon touriste, la première fois j'ai fait ce tour de NYC, c'est sympathique pour découvrir rapidement la ville

Washington Cesar Takeuchi said...

Hi Kitty! Those double decker bus tours are really great (uptown, downtown and city lights)!
Table for 12?? Wow! I can only imagine the size of a living to fit such table!

Banjo52 said...

"Journalism" thrives on scaring us. Apparently we like it; we keep reading and watching. Guilty as charged, here.

Of course, a table for 12 when you have no dining room--that's scary too--and maybe the kind of thinking that started this mess . . .

Kathrine said...

I'll be on the bus in a month! Thanks for keeping my New York cravings under control - I really love your photos!

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Wow! What an incredible bus is this and I was really impressed with your post. I never saw a bus like this before. Hope to experience riding in that awesome bus. Thank you for sharing.

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Anonymous said...

I loved the double deckers when we visited NY 4 years ago. Next time we're coming over, double deckers again. It is so relaxing to sit on the roof and just watch everything.
I love the city!
Can't wait to come back for more NY!!!! :)