Ardsley Acres Hotel Court
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... up at Dizzy's Jazz club and listened to the coolest muso's about. Back through Time square where we left the 35 million to play and snuck off back to the hotel. This morning we hopped up early to have a pancake breakfast of champions in Harlem with our friend Brendan. Came back via the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Everything to love under one roof. Dinner under the Empire Building and that's enough. Home ...
... bag rather than the camera when I asked him this morning - no photos saved from the day as a result which was VERY upsetting, particularly since we took so many great shots at the highline! Ce la Ve.... We recaptured photos close to us before catching the Rockefeller centre Christmas lights and Tree on dusk. Amazing amazing amazing - they certainly know how to do Christmas here! The tree, lights, decorations and outdoor ice skating ...
... and our NY Pass entitled us to a free coffee and bagel at the Museum of NY City. We took on both options on the second day to fuel ourselves for a long walk through the whole of Central Park - this took longer than anticipated and lasted a few hours working our way through the maze. On the bucket list for me was to get a photo outside the building they use in Friends - it's a tricky one to get to by subway and I am still puzzled as to why that building in particular was ...
... sun he didn't attempt any looking south so there are no more photos of downtown or the Statue of Liberty to add to our collection. We left the Empire State Building and checked out Macy's on our way home. It's billed as the world's largest department store and it definitely is huge. From there it was back to the red line subway station on 42nd St to our hotel for a short rest and change of clothes before heading off back to the subway for ...
... a soy cappuccino.
Walked back to 55th to leave the cars at our apartment as they were far too large to carry around all day shopping. I was praying that Pete was home. No luck. Pressed apartment 3A intercom button and they let me in. Pete was NOT home so wasn't sure what to do. Decided to leave the two large boxes on our front door step as we were two levels up.
Then Fi and I were off to ...