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... it on the plane due to the 'liquids' rule, we forgot to pack it in our luggage; but a very nice man sent us up to the packaging service who packed it up securely, then we re-checked it through, another very nice man let us put it on for free, would have cost an arm & a leg as it was classed as extra luggage.
Our hotel, which is very European, is central to all city attractions but is old & smelled very musty in the lobby when ...
... elevator at the entrance which you think is the elevator up to the top but you would be wrong. I was distracted by the fabulous crystal chandelier so I was occupied a bit in that line but then I noticed a lot of people up a few flights and then realized that is where the line was continuing. We went up the elevator 3 floors and waited in another line and then had to go through security screening which was worse than the airport and then waited in ...
... views of the city. We had ice cream sandwichs, mine was red velvet cake sandwhich cream cheese flavoured ice cream! So good! Kieran arrived in New York that night so we went bar hopping around the neighbourhood. Saturday we walked over the Williamsburg bridge to Brooklyn where we ate at smagausburg, a market of food stalls. We checked out the Brooklyn bridge and then enjoyed a beergarita with Lance. Dinner was barbecue with ...
... star restaurant. Mum and I had a lovely relaxing afternoon but must admit are now a little jealous as Thomas and Dad are claiming it’s the best meal they have ever eaten. Oh well, guess we will just have to all go when they are next out in September. It was a day of indulgence for us all as that evening we headed down to the Meatpacking District and started with cocktails in Spice Market and then champagne, sushi and other ...
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