Cedars & Beeches
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Yesterday we got up and went to the hotel buffet for breakfast, which was very nice. We then went for a walk along 5th Avenue to check out the lovely shops along the way. We stopped at Guess, Lindt, Barnes & Noble bookstore, FAO Schwartz among others and then made our way to Bloomingdales. We decided we couldn't afford to buy anything in there so instead had a cupcake from the Magnolia Bakery (absolutely beautiful). We walked across ...
We had a huge day of walking and sightseeing, a squirrel tried to hitch a ride on the pushchair in the park and we narrowly avoided a worrying gas explosion in the East Village on the way back to the hotel.
I felt more at ease going into places just the two of us today, while Aiden slept I wandered around Chelsea market, marvelling at the vast array of delicious food on offer. I couldn't help but ...
One of the best burgers I have ever had. Tom and I jut decided to grab our lunch quite early and at a new place. Shake Shack came up the list and we headed to the outlet at the Grand Central station. It was a crowded place with people waking in walking out sitting on the table taking take aways every second. The crowd was as much as in Times Square. There was only one veg burger on the menu. Enjoyed the custom made special ...
So today I thought I'd wander down to the WTC site, look at the Freedom Tower up close, the memorial water gardens and go to the memorial museum. The tower still isn't finished. Years late and billions of bucks over budget...it seems a project littered with compromises and cock-ups. But still a beautiful building all the same. The light does indeed catch it...rays shoot upwards. Next to it is a construction that can only be called ...
... navigated. It was raining, but traffic not as heavy as anticipated. Down interstate 287 then south on the NJ Garden Route, before turning east along the shore to Highlands and a bridge over to the Sandy Hook peninsula. Mark had a drive north along the sand spit, into a disused military town at Fort Hancock. We had a wander around in light drizzle, exploring a mortar battery, before heading to ...