Country Inn the City
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... simply enjoying the morning heat.
I saw a couple of black guys deep in conversation, one siting on a bench and the other standing telling a story with animated arm movements and talking loud. Just as I got along side he gave the punch line to his mate, ".....so I told her, I ain't no Bruce mother f...... Willis!" I watch as the guy sitting slapped his knee and laughed hysterically. I was caught earwig and they looked over at me. I responded ...
Because of the very late night previously, we had a very late start today and because Daisy's knee was causing some problems, I decided it would be best to just see another matinee show on Saturday afternoon so it would cut down on the amount of walking we were doing. So we spent time going to the TKTS booth to see if we could get cheap matinee tickets. Turned out they weren't on sale until 3pm, but as we were standing there a girl named Aviry asked Daisy if she could help her ...
... picture. We finished off Sunday night with a trip to Times Square, very loud, very brash and very very busy!! We were awoken early on Monday by building works next door, not a problem as we had lots to do and breakfast was being served! We were off out by 09:30 walking around visiting Grand Central Station, Fifth Avenue and Rockefeller Centre and another walk round Central Park. In the evening we went up the Empire State ...
... Went to the fresh food market at Union Square and through a street art display, before sitting in Washington Square and listening to a grand piano being played by a musician.
I asked one of the salesmen about the store which was started by a couple of Jews, forty years ago, so I guess they have kind of kept it exclusively for Jews although funnily enough all the cashiers were afro american women! Anyway I ended up finding a a viewfinder in their second hand department and saved about $50. They have this amazing system where once you are happy to purchase they box it up and send it on a conveyor system to a packing ...