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... perfume was distilled in every random air pocket, whipped up to astonish your nostrils by a passing yellow taxi or an unannounced zephyr. Beneath the halo of an 8th street lamp I paused to drink in the electric light, craning my neck from the twinkling silver of Freedom Tower round to the steely white of The Empire State. In between, bare light bulbs framed in dirty windows, crossing signals counting down precious seconds of safety, whining emergency vehicles strobing ...
... was in a car chase action movie when Josh was in the toilet again.
Highlights of the week:
Abbie locking herself in the dormitory room and having to be let out by the cleaners after five minutes of attempting to bang the door down.
The Noise!! Out on the streets, there is literally a car (usually a taxi) beeping every 30 seconds.
Josh loosing patience with the creepy dress up characters at Times Square and telling the unconvincing Mario that ...
... was the best way to get to the city. My luck however, the train is under
construction so I took a 28 dollar round trip bus to Times Square. Although it
took a little longer than I would have liked to get onto a bus and get going, I
was so happy when I got there. I was proud of myself that I figured it out on
my own, that I felt fabulous being on my own, and that I was strong enough to
embrace another adventure with little sleep and my ...
... felt numb as we left the site. We stopped off for lunch in a buffet type of restaurant that Dad loved and sat at the table mostly in silence as we gathered our thoughts. After lunch we walked around Union Square and went to see the Flat Iron building. That evening we went for dinner at Del Frisco’s steakhouse. The food was amazing but I think Ruth’s Chris is still the best steakhouse we’ve been to.
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