The Flushing YMCA
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... interesting! Went to Greenwich village, very smart saw a few famous peoples houses. Then quick trip to ground zero we are going back there Thursday, on to Staten Island ferry for trip across Hudson to get Manhattan skyline, the great lady etc. after this we went to Central Park and learnt quite a bit about this as well. Nice to see it green, last time we were here it was barren. Quiet night tonight, we all a bit puffed!!!!!! Warm day and walked ...
... for her next rotation starting on Monday. We had some lunch then went back for a nap.
By 5pm we headed out to get Mim some Nikes for work. We have booked into a 3 course dinner at the local culinary school in Soho tonight.
Dinner was OK. On the expensive side for the meals and not satisfactory enough. It was nice to be seated near the window and watch the people go by and have a relaxing meal however. Then it was home for some terrible reality TV and bed.
2nd last day ...
Today we had a very slow start. Tom and Adalia were still asleep after 9am, and we all woke up a bit grumpy and still tired. Plus it was raining. So we had a quiet morning watching Americanised Thomas the tank engine, with a Rap theme song! When we finally set out to leave (after 12) Sammy wasn't happy and wanted to stay at the "holiday house" all day. Tom took us back to Little Italy for a fine dining lunch, even though he ...
... waiting in line to let him know there was a larger Starbucks on the next corner if he wanted a seat as this one was really busy. He was extremely rude and basically said how dare you address me, she went off yelling and calling him an a-hole, even asked him to step outside and sort it out. It was hilarious and she definitely put him in his place. note to self never be rude to a New Yorker. As far as the 'supersize me' food safari went ...
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