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We had breakfast at Coppelia, a Mexican 24 diner on 14 St just a few doors along from the apartment. Waffles and Cuban Toast with bananas, berries and maple syrup and Mexican hot chocolate to set us up for the day.
Next it was the subway and a walk uptown to pick up our 3 day City Sights bus hopper tickets which were included in our New York Pass and board the downtown tour ...
... across the street to catch our train. To top it off, she tannoys us through the subway sound system and guides us to the best place to stand to get on the subway and get off right by the escalator at the other end! She is our person of the day! So helpful!
So that’s where we are at now, riding the train to New York Penn station due to arrive at 3:19. Fingers crossed it’s a nice easy transaction getting into the apartment there!
... vets with some floats. They love their military men and women! We ducked into the high end Lord and Taylor dept store. Quite a store! We couldn't get into the New York Library to have a look as it was closed due to the parade. We made it to the NBC studio but their tours were cancelled until 2015 so off to the Rockefeller Center where they are busy stating up the infamous Christmas tree 10 stories high!. We saw the famous skating rink where the ice in these temps has ...
... the pavement and walked back to our hotel to get ready to go to the theatre to see the Carole King story "Beautiful". Again walking we headed down through Times Square to the Steven Shonhardt Theatre. Times Square is absolutely packed at the best of times but at that this time of the day it is amazing. The massive advertising billboards are all lit up and there are so many people all pushing their way along the footpaths and it is very noisy. On the way ...
... by "installations" and canvases that are painted pure white, but I do enjoy the Monets and the Sculpture Garden has some beautiful Henry Moores.
After we have had enough of the MOMA, we head outside pretty hungry. I have been told before coming that the street food isn't great, except for the Halal carts which are all over the city and very good. There is one up on the corner with a long queue and Paul hates to wait. As I remind him, some things are worth waiting ...