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... I was a little full and could only eat half of it after picking off of Aaron’s plate. I decide to bag it up and save it for later or try to find a homeless person to give them the left over food. A lot of the time you see people holding signs just saying they’re hungry and left overs is better than money, which I think is genuine. So I took the food in case of seeing of those people.
After the ordeal at the restaurant we walk around ...
... Boat just went past. Everyone sped into action.
Replenished Bryan with flat coke and peaches as well as his usual staff.
10:15 Just gone under Henry Hudson bridge. There is another bridge straight after it that we will have to stop at whilst a train goes over it - the Spuyten Duyvil Swing Bridge.
... rushed back to the girls and told them to go grab it while I got the luggage. By the time I got there, they had just realised that these seats were business class. So, when the conductor came and chucked us out, we had to go sit in the restaurant car as the train was now completely full. This wasn't so bad, as we had a table and easy access to wine and beer. Beautiful ride down the coast....a few lovely looking beaches as we ...
... onto the garden. It was freezing when we first arrived, so cold we had to turn the heater on in the room, I know we had come from 30 degrees but still!! Turns out it was a particularly cold spell...thankfully this only lasted a day and it just got hotter throughout the week :-) In fact it got back up to 30!!! The area we were staying in was cool, full of old warehouse buildings, some converted into apartments, alongside lots of graffiti and cafés and ...
... br> - Book restaurants, shows & sport games a few weeks ahead if there's somewhere you really want to see/watch
- Check what time cafes & restaurants are open & what menu they serve when
- Food halls like Eataly, Dean & Deluca and wholefoods are good options for quick eats
- Try to do a different area each day - Manhattan is huge & everything is really spread out so its easy to waste a lot of time travelling to & from ...