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After a lovely lunch break we caught the bus back to Times Square and did a spot of shopping at the M&M shop where there is everything M&M imaginable.
Tonight we dined at TGI Fridays (Thank god its Friday). I'm not sure if the drink is called something else here, but Donna ordered a Lemon Lime and Bitters was given a bowl with a piece of ...
... br> neighborhood, but as well as having become more ethnically mixed it’s now
becoming more gentrified with Manhattan yuppies, being such a short subway
commute from Midtown. There are still a lot of Greek restaurants in Astoria,
but the upscale restaurants and bars along some of its boulevards make it seem
like a part of Manhattan without the tall buildings. I happy-houred at one on
30th Avenue named Mexi-BBQ that I found mentioned ...
... 8217; posters put up for family members, and reminders of lives once lived. For instance, they showed remnants of paper from the office blocks, a fireman’s hat, and other personal articles. They even had answerphone messages for a fireman from anxious family and friends. These exhibits were rather chilling. Suddenly the victims were humanized as family members just going about their daily business. What was particularly haunting was the ...
... were being hard crafted by a lovely and charismatic African/Italian/American. I informed of how to properly make a Quattro fromarggio. With Gorgonzola. How can one make a cheese pizza without this!!!! Upon request he added it. I insisted we enjoy Christmas with a bottle of red wine, finding it difficult at times to peer pressure my fellow travellers to drink with me. I succeeded however, and we were quite merry. Or maybe that was just me. Following our meal we ...
... at nine to go to Bagel Works, of course, for our absolute favorite bagel joint in the city. We scarfed down the bagels while walking by Good Ol' 1320 York Avenue and it was amazing to me how much of a stranger you can feel like to place after just have been gone 3 short months. Nothing about York Avenue felt like home to me any longer. Even the Brooklyn Popcorn food truck had been replaced with something else. We wandered back down first avenue to pass by a Starbucks (the ...