Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to the street. Some stations have elevators for those who need them, but I always take the stairs. I ignored this detail of the instructions. More on that later. Being uninterested in the menu selection of the cafe at the museum, I decided to stop at Bouchon Bakery at Columbus Circle for a late breakfast. I had to transfer to a different train there and this place was on my list to try because they are supposed to have excellent marcarons. I had ...
... and back outside to spot Mim just in time.
Dancing time.. Whoop.
Met another girl who we were going to meet at the parade at 12pm Sunday, but it's 1pm as I write this now.. We haven't quite adjusted.
We did eat pizza last night and did the subway home no drama.
Going for a wander now then baseball tonight and an early one so we can get our time on track and sight ...
... when there was nowhere to leave them we had to walk them in.
It wasn't the nicest weather but there were so many people in the park... walking, riding, running, dog walking (people literally walk with 8 dogs in each hand, imagine trying to control that!) and so much more. We passed mant spots in the park that you would have seen in movies and tv shows. The most recognisable probably being a strip called "The Mall" which is in the ...
... two very nice wines.
The food was, as she had told us far too much, so we finally managed to get our first doggy bag.
The burger button was ticked at the wonderfully named Gotham Market West, a terribly trendy collective of stalls just south of Hells Kitchen where you can take your pick from big dirty burgers, fresh rahman, sushi and all sorts and bring them together in a very civilsed communal eating area. I took on a burger that would make the likes of ...
... stuff for the fans. There were so many people that we got crushed in Times Square along with everyone else. Literally. Cheek to jowl. Up close and personal. We shuffled along holding tightly on to each other until we could stand the crush no more, popped out at an intersection and headed over to Broadway to get something to eat before the show. The Phantom of the Opera was on Bronte and Andrew's wish list. The sets were spectacular. The singing amazing. The ...