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... part of Manhattan so far. Great shops and restaurants... Beautiful tree lined streets and nice houses. Including the facade and steps of Carrie Bradshaws house from Sex and the city. We then headed down to Times Square and purchased last minute tickets to see the Spider-Man musical. It was brilliant.. More than just a musical. There was lots of swooping above the audience by SpiderMan and green goblin. Spider men were landing all over the place... Sets were great. Loved ...
... It was somewhat protected from the wind, but it was 0c at ground level so it was still pretty cold. There was an amazing sunset this evening. We took our time so we could also get some shots at dusk with the city lights. We then had a look at Rockefeller plaza and the skating rink. The enormous tree is still under construction and there will be an official lighting soon. Oh... I have really bad hat ...
... and thousands of rolls and about every notion you could ever want. It was seriously cool. I brought a t-shirt which said "thank you Mood", Tim Gunn's words from the show.
I had a bit of a walk around the garment district but nothing much was going on there. Then had a look at Bryant Park where New York fashion week is held. Onto find Parsons School of design also where Project Runway is filmed.
Once I finished my Project Runway scouting ...
... about getting another iPad so had a look at those too. Decided that an iPad mini would be perfect. The whole process of purchasing was bloody fascinating. The guy who served us had an iPhone which he could scan our stuff with then he swiped my card in the side of it, I then had to sign the screen with my finger! A receipt then came out under the bench. All this was done right at the counter where we'd been playing with the demo model. Classic!
From there we went to FAO Swartz ...
Arrived in Boston on time at about 2.20 pm. The whole train trip was comfortable with a pleasant atmosphere not like the train from Newcastle to Sydney with a mixed bag of passengers some not that all well behaved. The train hugged the coast line moving inland at times. Passed any number of towns but not anything that seemed to resemble a farm, only saw two cows and no crops in the entire trip. Landscape was relatively flat and varied between urban and rural type development ...
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