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... Italy and SoHo to a little shop where Edwina had found a gorgeous Lambs Leather Satchel (I just had to have it). It had been marked down for Mother's Day from just over $1000 to $499 with a 30% discount and I managed to get it for $325. Bargain! Went out for Lunch too but not much of an appetite I am afraid and the cough came back so after looking through a few assorted stores had to head back to the hotel where I am now firmly tucked back into bed. I ...
... two very nice wines.
The food was, as she had told us far too much, so we finally managed to get our first doggy bag.
The burger button was ticked at the wonderfully named Gotham Market West, a terribly trendy collective of stalls just south of Hells Kitchen where you can take your pick from big dirty burgers, fresh rahman, sushi and all sorts and bring them together in a very civilsed communal eating area. I took on a burger that would make the likes of ...
... night was required so we could hit the streets of New York, running! Day 2: We started the day with breakfast at the hotel. Despite our reservation saying that breakfast was not included, our very nice, new, compact hotel served up a continental breakfast with some sausages and eggs on the side. We fuelled up, rugged up and headed out in to the cold. We had a few plans for the day including the 9/11 memorial, the food tour, Times Square and the Phantom of the Opera. ...
Following the bus ride back to New York, which we were slightly worried about the 2 inches of snow on the ground (we then remembered that this is Boston and they are used to snow- a couple inches of snow is nothing), we spent the afternoon wandering around Manhattan. This included buying Isaac a suit on fifth avenue, heading up the Rockefeller tower to top of the rock and a little more shopping. For our last ...
... of starvation or disease, outraging their loved ones and stirring hatred against the occupying British.
After the end of the War of Independence; New York served as the capital of the United States from 1785 until 1790. It has been the country's largest city since 1790. Under the new government of the United States, the city hosted the inauguration of George Washington as the first President of the United States, the drafting of the United States Bill of Rights, ...
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