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... of it happening.
We decided at this point to head for lunch and dived into an irish bar called 'The Pig and Whistle', the Mets game was playing on the TV against the Nationals. We had a great little burger in there although we did feel it was a little over priced for what it was.
We then headed over to Central Park for a little bit of peace and quiet (the busy ambience of New York tends to grate on you somewhat after a ...
... saving our fingers), Christmas tree, and the set of NBC's Today show (we were a couple hours late to see them shooting the show). Walking around the corner, we then stopped by Nintendo World for a bit of nostalgia with Pokemon cards, Mario and friends, and Donkey Kong. We then walked through Times Square and watched many workers set up stages and practice the ball drop in preparation for New Years tomorrow. Continuing down Broadway, we then arrived at the ...
... Ilana. This happened at one of the best buildings in New York, the Beer Authority. Boasting over 100 draught beers and a great menu we had a fantastic dinner before making the long journey home once again.
Back in Merrick we said our goodbyes and huge thank yous to the Kappels knowing that with a 5am start they would still be sound asleep when we left.
Lights out and we drifted off to sleep thinking that in 24hrs we would be at almost the other end of the ...
... the wedding of the High Fallutin family's daughter to the Hoy Polloy's son is of vital significance, especially to the Fallutins and Polloys, but it's not relevant to my world and we're talking time management here people.
Finally, toss the Business section. I know, I know . . . I probably should both understand and care about that stuff, but i don't. (Try this test at home: write a dollar sign down on ...
Spent yesterday checking out Times Square and shopping. Walked through the Theatre District and saw all the massive billboards advertising the plays - Erin - you would've loved it. The traffic is amazing here, everyone is so inpatient and beeps their horn if you take less than half a second to move your car at the lights. Then you have full-on gridlock and no one can move anywhere, yet they will still beep the car ahead of ...