The St. Regis Club at the Essex House, New York
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... met Mr. Haugh. He was as I expected and more. We had a great evening with him. He is 68 years old and works in Central Park driving tourists around with his horse and buggy. He rides his bike to work. He worked in Fort McMurray for many years and then moved to New York City about 30 years ago. A character if I ever saw one. We called a cab and back to our hotel we went. It was time to pack up and get out of town in the morning. ...
... crawled into bed it was around 4am so I didn't have an early stat the next day, it was more like a mid morning start around 11 which was alright anyway cause I was only planning on heading to the Brooklyn markets for a wonder. For some reason I forgot that Nathan and I went to the market in Brooklyn, I think I thought it was a different one but when I walked out of the subway I was standing at the cafe where we had ...
... and playing the Monopoly card game.
Sunday night we went for some cocktails at The View at the Marriott hotel in Times Square. It’s the one we’ve mentioned before that rotates 360 degrees in an hour so you can see the whole of the NY skyline. Whilst sipping our girly cocktails (as usual Thomas’s was the girliest of the lot) we learnt that Steve had never seen Four Weddings and a Funeral. What ...
... is truly lovely looking but was a bit disappointing to N since he was not allowed to run on the grass nor to bathe in the fountain. (Fortunately he didn't get his pants all the way off this time before I convinced him that he was not going to be allowed to swim!) Representatives from CVS were swarming the place advertising the fact that CVS will no longer be selling cigarettes. That's kind of cool, I guess. We went a ...
... facts as we walked up fifth avenue e.g window displays and no window displays, window displays changed fortnightly or monthly depending on store- cost of windows was millions. Window have a theme eg equestrian ( Lloyd and Taylor ) these windows prepared underground and raised to ground level when complete. We learnt that Chanel was an orphan and raised by 5 nuns. When given 47 elements for a perfume she pointed to No 5 her favourite number. ...
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