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... or sandwich each. So much for the idea that these might not be big meals! David’s Reuben sandwich had three times as much corned beef as bread, and also offered a side of coleslaw, pickles and beetroot, while Marion’s salmon sandwich was almost a whole loaf of bread and was accompanied by a salad at least as big as the sandwich. Unsurprisingly, we didn’t manage to eat all the food presented to us. No ...
... to the Brooklyn side we walked through the parklands under the bridge and found a great little restaurant to have some dinner. It was a lovely oasis in the middle of the city. Returning to the Manhattan side we caught a ferry and then the subway getting back to the ship after 11pm. What a long day. On our second day in the city we chose to walk to Central Park. We wandered through the various areas of the park covering the Sheep meadow, Belvedere Castle, Shakespeare's garden ...
... 20 min early. To my disappointment, I didn't realize we were only a few minutes walk away from Dominique Ansel Bakery (home of the famous cronut). That was the first stop our guide pointed out to us. I had really wanted to go to this bakery and thought maybe we would come back around at the end. Unfortunately, the tour didn't circle around and it was wayyyy too hot for us to feel like going ...
... caught the train back to 59th to the bus stop – we came out in Bloomingdales! It was 20 minutes before the bus was due, but we enjoyed watching the passing parade. At night there are usually a couple of policemen standing at the entrance to the subway, next to the bus stop.
It was great to return to our 10th floor room! No need to shut the curtains now. We were unceasingly enchanted by the view.
Our last day in New York was a lot more relaxed than the previous days. We had a quick breakfast on the way to Grand Central Station. An hour or so was spent exploring all the different corridors and corners of the station. It is a great place to people watch. After a final stroll through Times Square we decided to catch the train out to one of the beaches of New York. Our great plan was short lived as we watched the areas ...
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