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The day started with a nice healthy breakfast at Dunkin Doughnuts, and after consuming 2 litres of coffee and the kids 3 litres of Oreo hot chocolate we were off to the American museum of Natural History as featured in the movie Night of the Museum. The museum was awesome with a full floor dedicated to dinosaurs.All of the animals were faultlessly …
... style restaurant
- Egg (Williamsburg)
- Attaboy - Birthplace of the Penicillin cocktail. Opens at 6.30pm
- The Standard Grill - Great cheese & meat platters
- The Standard Boom Boom Room. Views over Manhattan from the 18th floor. Pretty swanky - need to dress nice, no sneakers etc
- The Dead Rabbit
- Book of Morman
- Lion King
... the government. Was really great getting to see the show live! It will probably be played in Aus on thurs fri or mon night. We then went to the south edge of Central Park to see the famous plaza hotel . We realised that we were on fifth avenue and next to all the fancy shops! A lot of them were closed, but we went into Ralph Lauren as Dallas was looking for a coat.. Well he didn't get the cost but I bought ...
... out of me. Ben started to get the hang of it in the end, but If they both ran off and left me, I would of had no idea how to get back without hailing a taxi! After Vic showed us the Underground ropes, we traveled into the city on a overground train, so we could get a quick glimpse of the city in all its glory. In my eyes, the buildings remind me of towers of lego, it's insane and doesn't look real, but what a sight it was. Then was the best bit, having the that first sighting of ...
... into canvas) were stunning.
There were a lot of finely carved religious scenes made from elephant ivory, and gold, silver and enamel work too. I really admire the fine craftsmanship of much of the work, but I cannot say I like it or would want it in my home.
There were a few courtyards with ancient columns transported from old churches in Spain and France... but... I don't think anything one wouldn't see if you went into ...