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South Street Seaport?
Coney Island Aquarium?
If this is another subway stop, I'd guess Bronx Terminal Market. Delancy St. has fish, but not those. Is this in fact another subway stop? If so, it's time to move above ground.
Er...um...where do I start? Bronx Terminal Market is still pretty cold...and the location is above ground. And hey: Don't y'all love the water treatment on this one?
Lovin the treatment! How bout a seafood restaurant?
Sure--sounds great! How about next Friday?It's not a seafood restaurant.
It is a fish store.
It is not a fish store.
the pool at riverbank park!!!!
It is not the pool at Riverbank Park, but you're in the right borough.
It IS a fish store!
It is NOT a fish store!
Maybe another clue, Davey-boy?
Well, maybe...but go ahead and guess, too. I prefer to give clues in response to guesses. That makes it interactive, as opposed to me providing clue after clue without much effort from anyone else. In the past, it hasn't taken all that many guesses before players saw the light at the end of the tunnel.So far in this round, it's been interesting to see that participants are guessing types of places rather than areas of the city.
OK, I'm game. It is on the lower east side.
No school...except perhaps in the sense of "school of fish"!Between Riverbank Park and the Lower East Side, you'd be getting warmer. That might not be saying much, but it's something to build upon.
"i know that the human being and the fish can coexist." —george w bush some rundown, once-vibrant touristy thing on the east side in the upper 50s?
the correct quote: "i know that the human being and the fish can coexist peacefully." —george w bush some sad excuse for a place near the roosevelt island tram?
Scottie, have you been googling???
asphalt green, on 90th all the way east, guessed in extremely entertaining fashion?
Getting colder, though it sounds like it was worth it. Another hint: The fish are red herrings.
The Wailing Wall? NOW who's entertaining?
Enjoy yourself...you're warmer than you think!
The UN is the warmest location so far...but more triangulation would still be helpful.
Okay, so some building/wall in the upper 50s between Madison and Fifth. How's my triangulating?
It's just fine. You're about as warm as David, I think. Maybe a little warmer.
It's on 23rd St and 6th Ave.
Maybe a little warmer.
Ooop, my mistake, you were on Spring Street at Varick.
This is the view from your window, isn't it, DMF?
the jcc pool!!!! yes!!! winnnnerrrrr!!!
Debbie makes it warmer; Scott takes the temp back down some notches....Question: Has anyone tried to find this using the Internet yet?Just wondering....
Okay, I googled (though I was trying to do it internet-free) and I'm still not sure it's right but...“Inner City Whales” Port Authority Bus Terminal 41 Street Underpass. There!
Debbie triumphs again--what a talent! I was indeed at "Inner City Whales," a mural of undersea life by the artist Wyland. The work stretches along an above-ground tunnel at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in midtown Manhattan. Here's a picture of Wild Kingdom's Jim Fowler dedicating the work on July 5, 1993 with a lei around his neck. "Inner City Whales" is one of more than 90 "whaling wall" murals painted in cities around the world as part of a project of the Wyland Foundation. The organization, which seeks to raise awareness of the ocean environment through the whaling walls, aims to have 100 such murals painted by 2008. "Inner City Whales" was originally designed for the Jacob Javits Convention Center but ultimately completed at the Port Authority underpass after the first bombing of the World Trade Center. Wyland has expressed the hope that "the Port Authority will one day replace the dim, yellow lights in that tunnel with lights that'll really enhance this beautiful mural in the inner city."
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