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... br> We then caught the HOP ON HOP OFF BUS to do the Uptown Loop.
We went back to APPLEJACK'S DINER for dinner on the corner of 55th & 7th Ave. This diner is frequented by many famous people whose photos are all over the walls. The service and food is really good. Peter had Yankee Bean Soup & ribs with mashed potato & Green beans and I had Moussaka & Greek salad with 2 glasses of wine each. Cost ...
... a hole in the ground with stairs leading down. Catching them is interesting, you see so many different people. Theres signs for lawyer firms with all the payouts you can get if you been wrong done by. Misdiagnosis, accidents, medical malpractise,falls or slips, unfairly treated etc etc.It seems you cans sue very easily. Big industry here by the looks of it, our tour guide said he calls New york City, Sue City its gotten so bad.
Been doing the usual touristy stuff, Times ...
... that we met whom now are considered our friends, to the food we tried, to the once in a lifetime experiences we shared together in which we will never forget.
God showed himself on a few occasions that there could have been a potential for danger and made it so that we were protected. The people that we met along the way have really made an impact on our lives and vice versa and we will never forget them.
Our airbnb apt hosts in Bogota, Juliana and Juan. They were ...
... it wrong it must be good. And it was. It also included 2 sides which were plenty large enough to share. We chose mushrooms and brussel sprouts. I am not a fan but Jym was thinking it was asparagus and was shocked when it wasn’t but they were still really good and that is saying a lot since I hate them usually. For desert we had the chocolate decadence I think it was called. Mmmmm.
After dinner we walked the 4 blocks to the Gershwin ...
... to go shopping. That morning however we just sussed out the shops to get an idea of quality and price etc. with the plan to buy later in the week. For part of Mum’s Mother’s Day present I had booked us some treatments at Ink 48’s spa so whilst we went off to be pampered Thomas and Dad went for a lunch at Jean Georges (or Dad likes to call it Jean Juliette, Jean Jack, Jean Paul… anything but Jean Georges), a ...