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... I know!) from a cute little shop called Glow. I popped in a few other shops to look around and window shopped until my feet hurt so bad I could *************e foot in front of the other. I made it back to my neighborhood and had dinner at a nice little rustic Italian place called Belli Osteria. I had an absolutely decadent bowl of risotto with mushrooms and butternut squash. I'm not sure if it's the fact that I'm on vacation or if it's just Brooklyn, but everything tastes better ...
Got pretty and headed down to the subway and out towards time square and wouldn't you know it we actually came out at Time Square.. OMG. Photo time and our mouths open at the size of it.
Walked towards our destination but stopped in at Applebys for dinner.
Fried chicken and buffalo boneless wings oh yeah.
Then onto the rooftop party. VIP tickets.. Bam straight through ...
... I just rode a bike across America. To anyone out there reading this I hope I have inspired you to get up and do something great. Do something memorable, crazy, ridiculous, something that will get everyone's attention. Time will fly. Do it while you're young. I'm so glad I took this on because I have gained so many memories and stories that can never be taken away from me. Not to mention the pictures ...
... real NYC meal' after a perfectly nice pizza in Harlem the night before, was a trip, or rather pilgrimage to Carnegie Deli. I'd been to Carnegie Deli on a family holiday aged 7 or 8 and never forgot it - mostly for the mammoth portions. Happily after a trek to find it it didn't let us down a humoungous 'rueben' sandwich easily fed us both, the deli was as remembered complete with snappy staff and lined with pictures of famous clientele.
I was also adamant that I ...
... and to feel but moved on quite quickly. Andrew's inbuilt compass and subway map got us to Greenwich Village in time. The tour is free but you pay the guide what you feel the tour is worth at the end. Catherine, our guide, stopped in Washington Park and gave us some history about the area before heading to our first of 6 shops, sampling their wares for about $1 a slice or a piece. We stopped at Mamoums Falafel (very green, crisp and oh so delicious with hummus and a hot ...
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