Oxbridge Apartments Carnegie Hill
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... impressive 2 level bridge with pedestrians & bikes on one level and cars and trains on the other. Once off hte bridge we rode along bikeways beside the East river, past the United Nations buiding and back to the start. Quite easy riding overall and very informative and a great way to see and learn a bit more about New York outside the usual tourist spots. We travelled about 15 miles between 10am ...
... about it further, we realized that Scott lives only about an hour outside the city and we could easily stay at his house and drive in or take the train each day. It only took about another week before we decided to buy our bus tickets.
Planning the trip was a bunch of fun. We decided that we really wanted to see Cabaret, with Alan ******* and Emma Stone. Someone found a discounted ticket and so we quickly bought the seats. We also found a deal for The Curious Incident of ...
... saw everything I had on my list.
Had an early morning walk in Central Park, visited Times Square, looked at the Empire State building, checked out the Chrysler building, went up the Rockefeller centre tower and enjoyed the view from up above and then made my way to the docks where I caught a circle line ferry round Manhattan island.
I learnt a lot about the history of the city and its people, all the different bridges ...
... was the potato and goat cheese fritters.
We took a taxi home and around about Rockefeller got stuck in traffic. We decided to get out and walk the rest of the way home so we could see the ice rink lit up at night. New York really goes to town on Christmas decorations. Trees are covered in fairy lights, toy soldiers surround the ice rink, huge baubles and Christmas lights decorate 6th avenue. It ...
... relief and let out some woops!
After the “fantastic Kinky Boots” as Rach called it it was time for birthday cake. Sourced from Juniors Bakery it was cheesecakes all round. To enjoy our sugary treats we sat down to watch “The Call”. A largely forgettable film was made incredibly entertaining by Juliet. At a particularly tense part with a very jumpy moment Juliet recoiled from the TV in shock. ...