Cedars & Beeches
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Caught the train up to 23rd street and walked 30th down to the East River. We walked past the Stuyvesant Town, at the time we just thought it was a massive block but looked it up after and it's a huge residential block, 25,000 people live in 56 buildings.
Got to the river and we were starving.. Wait that's a half licked icecream, it can't be far away.
We found icecream!! I had a chocolate cherry dipped merlin and Mim had a chocolate one. Cherry chocolate dip = ...
Are we getting over jet lag? Um NO! there was a party in our room from 1am-3:30am. I think i will change my strategy tomorrow - oh and pray for a miracle! After a slow start we hit the subway, but weekend changes meant fewer trains. We were headed for Brooklyn Heights which required about 4 train changes. We were so confused. Then, when a train pulled up, the driver held the train up to give us extensive directions. So kind! Then we were ...
... my belated birthday present to her... still no luck.
We walked the 10 or so blocks back to the hotel in a little bit of rain picking up some slices of pizza for lunch. Very expensive slices for NY standards! $12 for 2 pieces. Outrageous!!
We returned to our hotel to rest up for a hour or so before getting ready to go out to a comedy gig called New York Standup. It was held in a small bar out the back which held about 30 ...
... road) and saw the maze of expressways in multi levels going in every direction. The woman's easy directions of 'just take a right, a right then a left' was not so simple after all.... which f$&@ing right there's like ten!! After reversing down an on ramp, pulling over in the middle of an expressway with trucks wizzing past and a lot of swearing we were on our way. We both had white knuckle fever and needed a change of underwear. We stopped ...
... Manhattan, seeing Battery Park, The Brooklyn Bridge, Chinatown, Little Italy, The UN building and much more. It was a pretty full on afternoon but well worth it. That evening, we thought we'd try our luck to see if we could lay our hands on some cheap tickets to a Broadway show. Wicked is the best seller at the moment and I had just finished reading the book a week or so before, so I was quite keen to see it. We had been told that tickets would be around $200 a piece and there was ...