The International Cozy Inn
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... and then went to the restaurant. It was beautiful in there! The table from the movie with the chandeliers above it was really cool, and when I booked online I requested a table over looking that and it worked we had a great table! We had such a yummy dinner, definitely the best pork belly we've ever had, chilled udon noodles with lime sorbet (sounds really weird but it works) and pork lo mein - all with a really nice glass of wine which we've struggled to find over ...
- Booked our flights to New York via United Airlines (Expedia). Always better to leave on a Tuesday- Cheaper tickets!
- Tenshug for His Holiness the Dalai Lama 80th Birthday @ Javitz Center
- In New York from June 30- July 18,2015 (2 1/2 weeks summer holidays)
... tour of the modern art galleries, followed by some medieval triptychs and Greco-Roman antiquities thrown in for good measure.
I will say just this: I understand the hype over Van Gogh's Self Portrait; there is something in the light of his left eye that leaves a profound sense of beauty, joy, pathos, something deep and alive that you can't interpolate from reproductions.
Following the museum, we parted ways ...
... far as the story went, I would have gone home happy having spent an evening at Yankee stadium with a true blue Yankees fan, and an extremely lovely, not to mention attractive one, at that...but there was to be one more twist in this tale! As we sat chatting away, eating nachos from a plastic baseball helmet, and drinking $12 pints of Heineken, that icon of American sporting culture, the 'kiss cam' sprang to life on the big screen, zooming around the crowd before settling on none ...
... an ice hockey game at Madison Square Garden, Saks on Fifth Avenue....the list in New York is endless! With 7 epic days we still didn't get to everything and could of easily spent another week there. On our last day Pito and I split ways to so we could cram in as much on our personal list as possible. I wandered the Museum of Modern Art and the International Centre of Photography (both sensational, especially the black and white Sebastio Selgado worldwide ...