Doubletree Hotel Chelsea New York City
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... Then she came back and asked "Are you English?"
Now this started a whole new conversation. It turns out that her granddaughter is studying (just started) a masters degree in bioarcheology at...good old University of York! (it really is a small world). Anyway, we got chatting further, and she told me all about the Rockefeller's, the hiking group she is part of, and how to navigate Grand Central. It was so nice to have a friendly face to guide me on my first trip ...
... 8217;s actual Birthday, we are up very early & meet Kennedy our private photographer for a 3 hour photo shoot! Kennedy is fantastic, he shares his local knowledge & crams a lot into the time we have with him, at select locations around NYC..pretty much he takes pix of us being fabulous dahlings!..& it was ace! – highly recommend it as a special way to remember NYC. Something else happened with Kennedy – somehow the subject turns to Donald ...
... despite buying them in Broadway Week on 2 for 1. It is just the most incredible show and when Jean Valjean sung “Bring Him Home” he had the whole audience in the palm of his hands. We went for cocktails at the rotating bar The View in the Marriott after to analyse the show and then went for dinner at Tavern on the Green up in Central Park. It was a fantastic day.
We went through Mum and ...
... aren't enough angels in here...Get outta my way!" Clearly annoyed about the lack of "angels" he stormed out of the shop.
NYC have the biggest Toys R Us on Times Square that is unbelievable...so much to see! A Hagan-Dazs ice-cream store inside (Adrian's favourite), an arcade, every toy you can imagine, staff demonstrating the different toys, a gianourmous T-Rex, and wait for it, a gigantic ferris wheel right in the centre of the 5 level store! So ...
... There were bakeries, candy stores, a guy selling religious items, a barber, a flower shop, and several different eateries. I read the menu of a stand called Peasant Stock and decided to try the avocado & cucumber soup. I'm glad I did. I should have asked for the recipe. I bought an almond butter cookie from a stand that didn't have a name. It was so delicate that it would just melt in your mouth. I enjoyed my little snack at the market and then made my ...