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... to see if there were any left. HA! How naive or stupid we looked, so One Direction were performing which of course meant 11 yr old girls had been queuing for the past two days for these tickets, rocking up half an hour before sound check good plan girls. In summary, we were out of luck so decided to find something else to do. Having a quick glance at the Rockerfella tree, Sacs Fifth Av and other little bits we were completely overwhelmed with NYC! For the first day I think ...
... also got to do a virtual reality ride on the Empire. Kevin Bacon was our pilot. Big mistake! Really great ride! If you come to NY you must do this
Forgot to mention last night while we were having dinner on a side walk cafe, Woody Allen and his young Asian wife walked past and headed into a radio station. First celebrity we have seen, he is not looking good but she is looking great.
... to walk around Midtown for a while. At the corner of 53rd and 6th is one of the most famous food trucks in town. It's the Halal Guys. All they serve is bowls of rice topped with a little lettuce and a huge helping of either chicken, gyro meat, or a combo. You can top your bowl with their famous white yogurt sauce or flaming hot sauce. I've heard about this cart and since I was right there I decided to jump in line. They are only out in ...
... I have that under control now!
I then took a stroll through Wall Street and imagined all the money that must be flowing through that one little area.
I then walked to the 9-11 Memorial. Wow! Took my breath away. It was kind of loud, which was disturbing to me. I just came from the DC memorials and it was the expectation to be quiet and respectful. This ...
... When the opera ended, she would re-appear and offer "Comin’ Thro’ the Rye" as an encore.) But this season is the first time the opera itself has been given in English. Bartlett Sher’s riotous new production premiered in 2006, and two years later the idea was born to transform it into a holiday presentation. With Rossini’s score so instantly recognizable, and Sher’s production so colorful and genuinely funny, it seemed like a ...