East Norwich Inn
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That's all. Not even haunted like I wished for. Lol
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... After walking a ridiculous amount of blocks that seemed to take forever, we came across a Louis Vuitton, Apple Store, and many Levi stores, among many others. Then we walked alongside a portion of Central Park, and turned around when we decided to search for lunch - which also took quite awhile. We walked for many, MANY blocks, stopping every so often to warm Mom's phone up so we could use Yelp to find a Panera. Eventually, we ...
We had a pretty lazy day on Sunday. We dyed Mardi's hair and whilst she was letting the dye set I went for a walk and picked up some lunch. I ventured up to 63rd street and Eighth avenue and took some photos around this area, most of you will understand the 63 reference given recent events in Australia around the death of Phillip Hughes.
I walked back from 63rd street to 44th and grabbed lunch at Shake Shack. Yum.
After lunch we ventured to ...
... of King Henry going on in the park. There is always something to see when walking through NYC. We continued up 7th avenue and walked from 10th street all the way up to 30th which is where Madison Square Garden is and where the NY Rangers hockey bar The Flying Puck is. The Habs were playing the Rangers so we knew we would be able to see the game. We managed to get the last table in the place and sat down to watch the game. After splitting some ...
... voice seemed to approved. Well, I take it all back when insinuated a couple of days ago that America has lost the art of making a good burger. This was the mother of all hamburgers with fresh vegetables and a humungous pickled gherkin sitting on top. It was deee...licious.
I arrived at the airport with plenty of time to spare and after a light snack I found myself a seat at Gate A4 and contemplated returning home. The tour seemed so ...
... other stops. For now we're leaving America behind us for a week and a bit in Canada. We decided to make the trip by train and while I type this we're passing vast stretches of water, fields and forests full of autumn touched trees just as we hoped. Lea and I are very much looking forward to what Montreal may have to offer. Personally, I'm looking forward to maple syrup, seeing Mounted Police, some Ice Hockey and perhaps ...