Margot Guest House
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... German middle class and having such luxuries as toilets (albeit outside) which were connected to the sewage system. Most German Jews were also literate which gave them respectability. The tour we took told the story of an Irish family living in the building which would have been very unusual. Not only did they speak a different language from their German neighbours, they had a different religion and more importantly held a much lower position in Society. Many ...
... for nothing. Ripper!!
Not to be outdone, we obtained the address in Brooklyn of the Pie Shop and were told that they would have plenty of pies there. Acting like locals we boarded the Path Train from Jersey City, transferred at 14th Street Station in the sub-way system to catch the "F" train to 15th Street Brooklyn. A short walk down the street and there was the shop and there were the pies. No Chinaman in sight.
... in the dark - but it wasn't helped by the fact they are currently doing roadworks across the entrance to Wall Street! On the plus side we found a really nice square one end with lights in the trees ready for Christmas. And the other side we witnessed some kind of demonstration. All very exciting. Eventually I asked the NYPD Man for directions and we finally got to see the New York Stock exchange.
We still had some time so we caught the subway down ...
... diner experience at Market Diner. Everywhere we looked there were people dressed up as comic characters which we later found out was because of the New York comic convention which took place that week. Most of the conversation was around work, reminiscing about funny stories and it made me feel really sad knowing that I wouldn’t be working with them in my next job… hopefully one day we will all work together again.
... 8217;s school friends who live out here Tara and Roisin at Ink 48 (my favourite rooftop) before we spent the rest of the evening singing and dancing along to the band in Café Wha. A round of applause must go to Roisin for winning the “guess the song” game which provided a lot of entertainment throughout the night.
On Sunday we went for brunch at Barbounia near Union Square with Ella, Katie, Gemma ...