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... so delicious, it was a tiny restaurant not really near anything , it was quiet and cozy inside and the food was cheap, I had a chicken burrito and jake had a three meet one called something loco haha, these burritos were so massive , when you eat Mexican in America remember that they give you free corn chips and salsa to start so don't order an entree and the meals are big enough to share if your not that hungry. so after a ...
... had the same idea. We did however pay for the privilege of happily walking past them!!
On our last day the sun was shining so we went for an informative guided tour of the famous Rockerfella Building & then went to the top of The Rock to check out the view from 86th floor! As you can see from photos we had a great view of Central Park - with my zoom lense I could even see the ...
... towers covered an acre and apparently the 2 towers had their own postcode. The buildings were like little cities and I suppose that housing that many people every day, they were. There are tributes from people worldwide, some of whom were not even born when the attacks occurred.
Back outside we wander around and look at the names inscribed around the edge of the memorials. All 2977 victim's names are recorded here including those from the 2 planes that were hijacked ...
... the Hotel and dinner in Times Square.
Times Square was the busiest place I have ever been. Noisy, bustling and brilliant as well as being in your face. We loved it but we knew we would have to forge our way though it to find a place to eat, the Bella Vista wood fired oven pizza restaurant did not disappoint us.
We had the best pizzas in NYC in our view and we walked them off returning to our hotel.
... below for the interested. After lunch and a quick change we made our way down to the Stephen Sondheim theatre on W43 St for Beautiful - The Carole King Musical. If you love or even know the music of Carole King you will enjoy this story of her early career interspersed with her music and other songs of the era. Loved it. Back to the hotel and then by 1 train to Barrow Street Theatre in the West Village for a one man play called Buyer & Cellar, which is ...
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