The Gracie Inn
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... notable was the paired wines. There were fourteen courses and unusually you got wines with each course. Even with only a couple of mouthfuls per wine, it was some going! A special touch was their request that we find the street vendor cart outside after we left as he had a surprise for us. We did as we were told and were presented with tiny, delicious ice lollies - definitely better than chocolates or mints given the searing ...
... with a lovely Italian meal at Da Silvanos on Bleecker Street. Great food.
Last night with just us as a family on our trip.
Generally comparing two big American cities in the last ten days - they’re just so different. San Fransisco was so friendly and relaxed, fresh and open, uber cool.
New York felt much grittier, grungier, pushier and faster, in your face but still friendly. Just keep up though or don’t bother.
... and there were no dealers anywhere.
We got to the airport in the early evening to catch our flight back to Albuquerque. It was a pretty rough flight due to the number of storms we flew over. At one point there was an incredible lightning show underneath the plane. I can't decide if it was more cool or unnerving.
We arrived back in ABQ just before midnight, checked the car was still in one piece and promptly went to bed. ...
... version of Harrods or Selfridges, but I'm glad I can say I've been inside.
As there was a fair amount of stuff to see around the Empire State area, we walked to Grand Central Station and then to the Chrysler building. Although both are good things to see while in New York, there was A LOT of walking involved to find them and not all that much to do around/inside them. We'd walked so much that by the end of the day we were getting a bit hysterical and delirious. I think we ...
... over those lights. People pay $3000-$6000 for professionals to install, maintain and store their lights - plus the cost of the actual lights and electricity. The electric bills can be $10k a month alone! The houses were gorgeous too - clearly money no issue in that area! We were so lucky with the weather today.... chilly but sunny and no wind. Pretty perfect for December! Amazing day one in this amazing city ...