Margot Guest House
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5.35 was far too early to wake up. Particularly as I couldn't get to sleep last night. Too excited. Again. I decided to double check train times. And it's a good job I did. The train left Irvington at 6.11 not 6.20. I skipped breakfast and focused on making sure I had everything I needed, including some of that trusty cinnamon popcorn. I arrived at Grand Central and found my way down to subway for the 7 train. Except I got on the wrong 7 train and had to get off at the next stop... ...
... which was very delicious we pigged out & downed it all with a massive pitcher of sangria, YUM! We all stagger back to the hotel very tired but still can’t drop off to sleep immediately. It’s like I think I’ll miss something & we did say sleep would be limited in New York so I was prepared but my body has other ideas. We’re walking everywhere which is a great way to see things & trying to take different streets each time so see ...
... in Union Square, nodded at a few of the famous landmarks, like the Empire State Building and admired many of the Art Deco buildings and doorways on the way.
Chinatown was fun... the shops crammed to bursting with goodness knows what.
Walking along the seaport, we had a good view of the Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges, as well as of a piano which had washed up on the shore and was being inspected by a few geese, after which we joined the rush ...
... of intravenous drug users that used to hang out as well as sell/buy drugs there. It was only when Rudy Giuliani became mayor that he cleaned the place up. Now that place is popular place for people to hang out and it's become a tourist attraction. I ended my day by having dinner at my favourite restaurant, Chipotle. Ever since I arrived in NYC I have only eaten dinner there. I can't help it, the food is so good and whilst I'm here I want to make the most if ...
Our first stop off the bus was the Rockefeller Centre. We did what they call The Top of the Rock. We went up to the Observation Deck. Pretty impressive. Fantastic views of New York. Great photo opportunities.
Our next stop was the Empire State Building. Think 'A Affair to Remember' and 'Sleepless in Seattle'. Although Rockefeller is newer I felt the Empire was more ...