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... by journalist James Wolcott as "a drive-through cathedral". It certainly was. I took a lot of pictures. Once I got to the end of the bridge I watched some street performers do flips over people and hustle the crowd for money. They were very good at both. I wasn't really sure what I was going to do next. I sat down in a park to look at my map and decided that today would be a great day for some bargain shopping in Chinatown. Prices are always negotiable ...
... get to a game. After a quick StubHub visit I managed to find a decent ticket (for less than the Friday, still can't believe I did that!!, game). Then it became a matter of where to stay. Fortunately my Uncle Winston had offered up his mother's hospitality. I had met her once about 15 years ago but with the lateness of the game's conclusion I wasn't going to bother her with trying to stay there. It was ...
A week has passed, and the things I am experiencing in New York City are starting to, well, influence the way I think about things. In other words, my life is starting to change. My bosses took Mike and I to lunch today at a restaurant overlooking Manhattan and the Trade Center site. Delicious food. Racked up quite the bill! Mom would be proud... We were there for two hours, and talked about the state of ...
... History, to name a few. From what I could see, the apartment blocks here are massive and so grand - Again, not sure which was which from my limited view through dirty bus window,but we passed the Apartment blocks where Bette Midler, Barbara Streisand and Al Pacino live and the Hotel where John Lennon was murdered, as well as the the exclusive apartment block that refused Madonna! Very high end and exclusive real estate and totally different to ...
... in Manchester ashamed of themselves. Chicken pulled pork, monterey jack and jalepenos, the accompanying fried pickles were a bit of a revelation too- both made by the special burger sauce though.
Our horrid hangover the day after St Patricks day also gave us the perfect excuse to go for our first IHOP. I would happily go through a hangover without the fun night before, if it meant a trip to IHOP. We restrained ourselves from the neverending pancakes and took on the ...
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