Comfort Inn & Suites Tinton Falls
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... a policeman at the station where we could find a locker. So our walk began up the famous street of dressmakers, passing De la Salle Academy!
We found the place recommended, deposited his cases, and continued our walk.
By this time my tummy was rumbling, so we spotted Subway, but right next to it was a sandwich shop, so that got our vote.
Then on down to Times Square, past theatres where young women were scantily clad in the Stars ...
... mash. All outstanding. Chris and I shared a sundae for desert. Just calling it a sundae doesn't really do it justice. Then headed to the newly built Yankee stadium and watched a surprisingly enjoyable game between the Yankees and the Texas rangers. Really good fun. Finally had a beer at a hipster bar down in the really trendy part of brooklyn, now sitting in cab heading home to clean up before we head out for tapas in an hour or ...
... up from being out in the wind. Perhaps tomorrow I will snap a picture before I get out. The rest of the afternoon was spent strolling down 7th Avenue in Park Slope. This street is lined with coffee shops, restaurants, cute little shops, and more beautiful brownstones! The weather was perfect again today so what better way to spend an afternoon than walking down these gorgeous streets. I stopped for lunch at a Thai restaurant called ...
Still in bed :( feeling better though I think. Antibiotics might be starting to kick in so using this time to upload photos and do my diary entries. Edwina has gone off again to see the sights. Poor Weena I hope this is not ruining her holiday :( God love her she brought me breakfast again so I have everything I need here. Its a horrible grey rainy day outside too, so not really missing much I guess. The good thing about being sick here is that I can truly ...
... beautiful statue to Lin Ze Xu, possibly the first drug lord, who helped clean up the opium trade in China in the early 1800's; he is held as a model of high morals.
After a break I headed back out; NYC has these great street maps now, which I think must be new in the past few years; either that or I didn't go anywhere new for several years...;-). I wandered into another section of Chinatown close to the Manhattan bridge. I had read that a custard tart was the ...