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... like an old school house cafeteria. The kitchen is open, there are long tables with everyone facing the same direction, and a chalk board with the menu. They also bring you a menu hand written in a composition book. The menu changes every month and when it does, they just turn the page and write the new one. I had a bowl of summer squash soup that was served chilled and a chicken dish with lentils, tomatoes, carrots, and a very rich sauce. Both ...
... middle of the store as well as a Ferris wheel it blew our minds. I then hit H&M and shopped and shopped I could not believe the range of everything. We stopped by the world famous M&Ms store in Times Square and got Shannon his favourite mint M&MS. We had, had another full on day so it was time to go back to the hotel and relax as tomorrow is our last day in New York and we have a helicopter ride booked for the ...
Nothing to report - still sick as a dog. Woke up and tried to make arrangements to go to hospital but could not get sufficient help from insurer or hotel as per procedures or even available hospitals to go to. Decided to call the doctor who's surgery I went to on Wednesday to get an appointment but he was no help either. The hotel has told me twice he is really good at doing ...
... way back to the apartment, I decided to let go into a massage parlor for a foot rub...oh my. I'm not sure if it was the best idea I ever had or not, she really whacked away at me, but it was certainly an experience. And I discovered the most awesome tea shop, Ten Ren's Tea Time, that became my *go to* the next few days. Plum Tea, my new favorite.
I don't even remember the evening, leftover Chinese food, and crashing!
... State Building) covered in reflective glass. There are many trees in the grounds, all the same, apart from one that they call the Survivor Tree. It's a particularly resilient specimen. It's charred stump was found in the 9/11 wreckage and was removed to a nearby park to be nursed and recuperated. The tree now stands at over 30ft and bears fruit in the autumn. It has been transplanted back to the memorial ground as a symbol of resilience and new life. We continued our tour ...