The St. Regis Club at the Essex House, New York
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... coats! S fascinated by local women chanting shame shame shame on you! At the horse Carnegies deli on the way home. What a palce. totally surpassed on line hype. I ate a Rueban which in effect was a heap of pastrami on toast smoothered with mozarella cheese. Outrageous portion sizes. packed most of it and ate it it for at least 2 more ...
... that was flagged! However strolling through was pretty amazing. Buskers - Loved the saxophone man, bikes, strollers, dogs, people stripped down sunbathing on the grass, runners, artists, horses, everything. Most certainly the lungs of the city where people come to just get out of the hustle bustle and chill. We watched a group of young kids having a go at trying to play baseball with a very patient (must have been one of their dads) coach who had to keep reminding them what they were ...
... traffic? As the city came into view and grew larger and larger until I had to crick my neck to see the building, I didn't get the usual nervous butterflies and belly flops as I usually do, I guess it could have something to do with the fact I was going to stay with my girlfriend Ryan who lives in Manhatten. I was dropped off at the Penn Street Station, so armed with my trusty iPhone map I set off in the direction to Ryan's, only it was the wrong way, so ...
Uiteindelijk heeft de avond ons gisteren weinig meer gebracht, het weer werd slechter en door de toch nog wat aanwezige jetlag, besloten om op tijd naar bed te gaan. Vanmorgen na een lekker ontbijt richting Grand Central Station gelopen. Een erg indrukwekkend gebouw, wat herkenbaar was uit diverse films. Vanaf daar de metro richting de Ferry genomen, die naar Liberty Island en Ellis Island gaat. (Ella! Grapje voor Ellis ;)) Onderweg een ...
... which was another great building built in the great depression (like the empire state building), I love how these classic art-deco buildings look, I think all the builders I know should start building in this fashion, because more people will hire you cause it looks awesome and the world will look cooler!
Then we walked across to Grand Central station, which from the outside you could not tell was this massive huge station with all ...
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