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... ignored the warnings of "low visibility" and took our opportunity on the top of this magnificent structure in the snow, as the images we saw were just magical. That night we were heading back to Broadway and an Edward Albee play, A Delicate Balance. This was to be a new experience for Bonnie, as previous to this she had only seen short plays and musicals. However, there was a reason for our selection of this particular play tonight. - the lead male role ...
... which was lovely, lots of dog parks where people were training their dogs with others, they seemed to be everywhere!! Tabitha and I decided to wander down to the high-line which would take us all the way down to Chelsea. With the sun coming out we walked the whole way from 115th and joined the high line at around 34th. The high line is very cool, funky idea to convert the tracks with decking and lots of quirky artwork on the buildings and sidewalks!! After finishing the high ...
Falafel again but this time like a Shwarma. Loved it. A Jewish restaurant. Funny part was could not understand much of neither the billing counter guy- who takes the order nor te one on the other side of the serving table - who prepares the orders. Across the 5th Avenue , 48th ...
... got our beers for free (unwittingly I think but what the hey!) We returned to our flat and zonked out about 10pm local time (2-3am English) As I am writing this a bit delayed it is now my birthday and we are ready for a 6.5 hour walking tour of the city, possibly the rockerfeller then phantom of the opera tonight which my lovely husband booked for my birthday present :) Sorry for the essay - signing off now! ...
... with Brooklyn, and is a road bridge but with a footpath above the road, making it very pedestrian friendly (other than a few impatient cyclists and plenty of people stopping for a selfie). It's just another of New York's many famous sights, and was a nice enough walk across. It also gave some pretty good views of the skyline from the other side. As it was getting a bit later, we didn't spend much time in Brooklyn other than walk around trying to find a subway station ...