BEST WESTERN Queens Court Hotel
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... be in trouble when we get to Paris...lol.
So now I was all hopped up on meringues and macarons, so we went back over to Chelsea market and popped into some of the shops. There was one that had lots of imported foods and we got some orange choco chip shortbreads from Scotland, and a raspberry soda from Britain. There was also a store with a bunch of stalls selling artisan goods and I got a really cute black Labrador key chain ...
... very 'Sex and the City'. It's also home to NYU, so there are lots of sports and music bars and of course beer pong tables. Many a great and slightly fuzzy night has been spent bar hopping around 'the village'. After a short stroll through Washington Square Park, past the outdoor chess players and random buskers, it was time to head back past the condos of Park Avenue towards the station and my train back to Newark... So long New York, let's not leave it so long next time ...
... It was established by German/Jewish immigrants, as was Macy's, by the Strauss family.
Bloomingdales is a lovely, glitzy Art Deco Store, and a good refuge from the rain. In Dave Burke's cafe on the ground floor we sat on high stools in the window, and watched the activities in the street outside, while having a nice warm coffee. I loved a van outside, a red one, very clean and spruce - ' MORGAN & BROTHER
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... on Thursday after having said they were going to go on all of their other trips out here. They loved it so it was worth the wait. In the evening we went to see The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. It turns out it’s not my cup of tea at all as I don’t particularly like the sound of the organ (apart from when my Nanna used to play it) and to be honest I was really bored through most of it. Give me Les Mis any day ...
"The art teacher" Rufus Wainwright"Strawberry Fields forever" The Beatles"59th Bridge Street song (Feelin' groovy)" Simon and Garfunkel Our last full day in the Big Apple. Breakfast wasn't quite so limited today and we even had an English language (almost) conversation with an Aussie couple from Townsville. Aside from the rubber eggs and burger coasters, the major feature was the mystery of "Who stole the bagels?" An American lady verbalised a commentary on the ...