Blue Bay Inn
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... different. Just a great place to sit, enjoy a great cup of tea and full tea service with sandwiches, cake, macarons and scones. We sat for ages reflecting on our trip.
We also created a little time capsule and hid it in a book on the book shelf. I wonder if it will be there next time we visit.
After tea we slowly made our way home and started the big job of packing. ...
... back as we spot more shops we would like to go into, but our time is limited tonight as we have tickets to the ice hockey. Madison square garden is about two blocks from our hotel, we head off to watch our first game of ice hockey the New York rangers are playing at home against The St. Louis blues. There are like two people cheering for the other team. We are going for the rangers of course. We get there early so we can buy some merchandise ...
... on to the Apollo Theatre for photos and then onto a Baptist Church for a gospel service. It as quite good - Ian said that Damien had commented that the choir was made up of people who had been drug addicts. Their singing was great but for me it was ruined by the over-amplification. We, and a number of others sitting near us, listened with our fingers in our right hears as it was so loud! We then headed back downtown, getting ...
... to hotel to get luggage. Nina reckoned it was easy walking distance to the station and a less busy route rather than going down past Times Square. So we all shot off just after 3pm and route marched it down to the station, it was at least a 20 minute march with many crossings and poor Cez had her suitcase to navigate around everyone. I stuck with Lou who had trouble keeping up, while the girls marched on ahead. Andy kept an eye on us & checking where we were, Not ...
... a feel good show about a Northern England shoe making factory, and is a hilarious, sequinned spectacle of which I have never seen anything similar! After the show, I walked to Central Park bike rentals, just a couple of blocks from Central Park, where I hired a bike on my NY pass. I cycled round Central Park for an hour, stopping by Harlem Meer for 5 minutes to watch the people on the lake there and take a couple of photographs. By 7, it was time ...