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... all up. And it was well worth it. It didn't take long to warm up again. And then we headed to Central Park. Maddie needed to tick walking through central park with a bagel and a coffee of her 50 things to do list, so we grabbed the bagel and coffee on our way. I tried a pretzel instead of the bagel. The pretzel are huge and served warm, they are actually quite nice, but made to share I think. We head through Central Park to the ...
... we went to the Yankees game (we were a bit lucky to have made it - after travelling half an hour on a subway going in the wrong direction before realising our mistake - almost spent the afternoon at Coney Island instead!) Michael and I had a bet before the game about how many innings it would take me to get bored and start looking in the crowd for people in red hats - but we were both surprised at my attention span on this occasion (the man in the seat in front of ...
... population and was much wealthier (though they had the same problem with wood and fuel for ceramics ... which is why relatively little in the way of Royal Palaces, Noble Mansions or the dwellings of the poor have survived ... they were all made of mud brick as well.
Stone was reserved for very exceptional buildings ... tombs and temples, mostly, with the occasional fort or part of a fort (usually drystone, rather than mortared ... ...
... was to matter 30 years later when the Empire State Building was completed and made the two towers look like a Lego play set. Anyway.. from the financial district we hopped on the subway and walked through Chinatown, Soho, Tribeca and the West Village. Another side note, New York's Chinatown has a population of 150,000 people, the largest Chinese population outside of Asia. The latter part of the afternoon took us through the 'Meatpacking District' and the restored ...
... all the delicious food stores. We picked up some sushi and headed over to Chelsea Piers to sit on a park bench and enjoy it in the sunshine. It was the best sushi we have ever had so we will certainly be doing that again.
Walking back up to the flat we passed INK 48 and couldn’t resist popping in for a few more rooftop drinks. We had dinner that night in TAO (the uptown one), an Asian restaurant which has ...
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