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... Turned out all good though. El Toro Blanco: dinner with Trudy from the intrepid crew. Good Mexican. Best part. Got to meet Hank afterwards. Hank is Trudy's son. GK and Trudy about on par with their next level dog ownership and parenting. Tu-lus gluten free bakery: I finally got to satisfy my craving for doughnuts and cookies here. Got a panini for lunch. Spent a fair bit here but ate every last cake and doughnut...in 2 days. Worth it. Overall impression of New York Lots to ...
... to see some great friends in fall...awe New England fall. Unfortunately work got in the way and I had to leave early from my vacation so I got precious little time (but quality time with my friends and the city) there before heading to NYC to run the 5 boroughs.
I stayed with my friends Emile, Rufus and Shaka like I usually do in NYC. This time in Harlem...oooo dangerous...well or not, such a nice neighborhood and it even has nearby Riverside Park to run along.
... this amazing city and no doubt added a few kgs to the hips - so worth it!!
Bussing to Philladelphia today to stay with the Hamm family that Grace lived with 9years ago after high school (cant believe its been that long).
Tips: we got a 7day unlimitted travel metro card which was $31USD - well worth it and saves any hassle with buying tickets each day/journey.
New York - Philly: Booked through megabus $7 each - much cheaper than the train, 2hr 20min journey ...
... had & I never thought I would or could get that excited over eggs & maple syrup. But not together. Because that's just not British.
Luckily, we managed to fathom out the subway. Even more surprisingly, I coped better than my City boy husband it seemed. We shared a train with a group of excitable South American ladies & their dad; who asked US if they were on the right train(?!) Seriously. Was expecting them to ...
... was amazing, complementing classical with contemporary dance. The actors performed, impressing the crowd with their talents and flare. The transforming stage created unique and effective surroundings. Nothing can quite compare to Broadway, its elegance and charm. After the performance we caught the train back to Jersey and enjoyed an evening with David, Andrea and Andrea's ...