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... ever had outside France, at the artisan Sullivan Street bakery in Hell's Kitchen, an area which abounds with quirky European restaurants and trendy bars. For example you can find there Boxers, a gay sports bar with a gaming arcade in the basement, and Flaming Saddles Saloon, which features handsome line-dancing bartenders in cowboy boots. Just down the road is Hallo Berlin, an authentic yet contemporary German beer hall and garden which serves Koenigsberger Klopse with ...
... with some other girls and went to Canal street to for more shopping. At night, we went to the A Night with Janis Joplin show. It had really good music, but the show was structured as a concert where they wanted people to get involved and that's really weird for Broadway. So the entire show was a bit weird. I also had my first New York hot dog on the way home. It was ...
... was destroyed a group of New Yorkers formed a preservation society and so The High Line was created as a public park. It runs between 10th and 1th Avenues so, while it may not be in the heart of everything touristy, it has some great views of the landmarks, has some art in the form of sculptures and graffiti, and provides a completely different way of seeing and walking through a part if NYC. We ended at the southern end, around 12th Street which meant we ...
... cameras and lighting set up on the street opposite like for filming. We watched for about 15 minutes, and suddenly a small group of people walked towards the cameras, and a storm of paparazzi followed them. We watched for ages, and could see a blonde woman filming a scene for something - she just repeatedly walked around on the sidewalk, so we thought she might be filming a music video. Then she walked down the street followed by the official ...
... demonstrates are obtainable at any offered time, ranging from Broadway musical revues and classical performances to evening meal displays, stand-up comedy and each type of live performance conceivable... not to mention the famous Dixie Stampede. Fine eating abounds, and first attractions this sort of as the Titanic Museum and the World's Largest Toy Museum supply something for all ages. If you're organizing ...
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