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A day of exploring the villages; Soho, little Italy, West village, Greenwich ... Macy's etc... We ended up very disappointed as ventured out to Coney Island, only to discover it is now only open in the weekend! Blast... We are still trying to get over ...
Got up a little late yesterday after another 2am bed time. It was Saturday so we had Liz and the kids with us and headed straight out for lunch at a local place called Brennan and Carr, about 3 miles from the Speed's house. Brennan and Carr is a run down little building on a street corner that they have been in since 1938 and they are known for their beef. They were featured in one of the first series of Man vs Food and their menu looks like ...
... and Tim's. We had a lovely Christmas Eve roast meal together and then talked to Mum and Sue in Ipswich, Dad at the hospital then Jan and the boys at the coast. We regularly went outside to check the weather and about 9pm it was snowing, we were very excited, it didn't stick and make it white, but it was snowing!
Christmas morning was relaxed ...
... I spent 3 hours in there earlier today. A book in the passenger seat door called Physics of the Impossible. In the glove compartment there's a book of motel coupons and a box of Red Vines with two left. Not satisfied? He was NOT! He said "do you have any packables in the car?"
Actually, to be fair, what he said was "do you have anypkcablesss in the car?" but after he repeated it [ in a more insolent tone than I would have liked ] I still ...
... br> Latex gloves (six months worth)
Stationery (snail mail takes about 1 month to arrive if NOT the rainy season)
..and of course, the basics but shampoo, underwear and the like doesn't make for an interesting read.
My good friend of 20 years told me once, that I only travel to places where there is a possibility of 1) injury or 2) disease. Boy was she right.
Au revoir mes amis,