Holiday Inn Express Ramsey-Mahwah
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... area- totally different perspective! We met Barbie, a Rockette who chatted to us about the rigorous audition process - 2 days! The theatre has such a great history. Loved it. Wandering along 5th Avenue - as you do - we saw some very cool Christmas windows and kept getting glimpses of the Rockefeller tree as well. Magic. Entering Tiffany- THE Tiffany - the Fifth Avenue flagship, 5 storey high store was very cool. Such a beautiful ...
... br> They don't celebrate Bonfire Night/Guy Fawkes night in the US but to remind us of home we had our own little celebration.So in the evening Angus and Matthew put on a few mini fireworks in the garden. In the US it is illegal to set off fireworks in your garden but these were just like big sparklers lol. We also did some small sparklers, it was nice to keep with our tradition being so far away. They have a lovely varada outside which overlooks ...
... my one-cache-a-day streak is at 82 days), and then meet Kenny at Jean-Georges in the Trump Tower. (What a hideous building, by the way!)
Jean-Georges is a three-Michelin star restaurant. Turned out we were eating in a secondary branch run by the same chef--Nougatine at Jean-Georges--you couldn't have told the difference by me. This was a completely memorable meal. We both had the tasting menu (which is pretty reasonably ...
... is considered the heart of Central Park. The terrace was one of the very first structures to have been built in Central Park; its construction began in 1859, continued throughout the Civil War, and was completed in 1863. We stopped at the Bethesda fountain which you would have also seen in movies. Right there, was also the Central Park Lake and you see people rowing boats and also saw turtles in the pond. Then off to Strawberry Fields which is a ...
... journey, we arrived back at the Port Authority Bus station, a sad relic to the awful architecture of the 70's. Walked down 7 blocks for the last time in Manhattan, catching a final glimpse of the Empire State. Caught the train from Penn to Ramsey station.