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Headed for the F Line and went up to 14st to explore Greenwich and West Village.
Neighbourhood which used to be part of the meat packing district and their were warehouses all along the Hudson River... Evidence of this is everywhere, with some converted, some derelict and many cobbled streets.
Found the start of the High Line which was a freight railroad that ran above ground from 1934 till 1980. It's has now been converted into a ...
... and my parents had booked me into a nice hotel for a birthday/Christmas present I could have grown go-go-gadget arms, reached across the ocean and squeezed them. It was the good nights sleep and solitude that I needed so very much. Thank you Pookies! I checked in the day before my birthday and it was a lovely room. I walked in, dumped my stuff and took a running jump onto the bed. It was huuuuge! I ordered room service for breakfast on my day o' birth and ate it in bed in ...
... had a sushi feast and watched “Dream Girls”. Thomas and Sandy were also lucky enough to get a fashion show from Ciara and me of our new boots.
Unfortunately Saturday was a bit of a rainy day. We tried to make the most of it by shopping in Times Square (spending most of the time in Sephora, a girl's heaven), trying (unsuccessfully) for the Wicked theatre lottery and eventually decided the best thing to ...
... waiter soon arrived with a bottle of a delicious oaky C******nay and chocolate coated strawberries. What a lovely start to my birthday week. A big thank you to my thoughtful husband!
That afternoon, we did the Seinfeld tour with Kenny Kramer. As a big Seinfeld fans, it was great to see the sights in NY that featured in the show, including a stop for soup at the Soup Nazi, plus lots of interesting background facts.
My birthday got off to an ...
... just taking the subway to new neighborhoods or walking around and soaking up the energy. I like to try to guess the languages I’m hearing, and usually fail.
Given all the times we’ve been here, we thought it was about time to see the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island instead of taking the free Staten Island Ferry near them.
We paid $18 apiece for the boat rides. Both sites are actually free and are run by the National Park ...