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... the Trade Centre so her mother spent an agonising 12 hours before she found out her daughter hadn't been there at the time of attack. However, her daughter's company had employed many of her childhood friends and family members and 24 people close to her were lost. We headed back to Times Square to meet Lina for a bus tour around Manhattan. Unfortunately we were very weary and it was quite costly so we decided to skip it but as Lina doesn't have ...
... t-shirt and shorts. Deanne had reccomended Cafe Balthazar. It was packed, and for good reason. It had a lovely Art Deco atmosphere and the food was really nice. Tom ordered a prawn cocktail (which came with a tomato ketchup dipping sauce!), a chicken BLT and I ordered a roast lamb sandwich. We decided to get the kids a side of fries. The waiter advised against this as both our meals came with fries. but our response was "oh we ...
... was so crowded that there were no seats left. Much to our disdain we were reduced to eating at McDonalds as it was the only place we could get to within a reasonable distance without getting completely soaked. The chicken burgers were actually pretty good and better quality than the muck you get at McDonalds in Perth. We got to the theatre with wet legs but fairly dry otherwise. As you can imagine, no-one was really dressed up and jeans and overcoats were the fashion of the ...
... I wanted falafel so next we headed to Azuri Cafe on W 51st. Andrew sat on the bench outside to eat his soup while I went in to order. Very small, about the size of our hotel room. I had read that the owner was similar temperament to the soup nazi but he was very pleasant and even cracked a joke. Disappointment all round! I had falafel in a pita which had three falafels plus hummus and about 5 different types of salad and 2 dressings in a ...
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