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... that it has to be there), and doing them really badly. I don't know. Kind of added to the weirdness. The description sounds a little Book of Mormon-y, but it really is nothing like that. Ultimately, this is a very disturbing story, despite the humor.
Tomorrow we'll have brunch at Les Halles (another annual stop), and then we're seeing Hamilton, not nominated for any Tony's, near as I can tell, but getting rave reviews all the same.
... smelly (especially Times Square) I have not really noticed the smell of the other cities we've visited but New York was very stinky.
When I said that our time in New York was 'eventful', I meant it. We were departing our hotel/apartment block one morning to go somewhere when we noticed a small group of people gathered on the other side of the street as well as several police officers. Everyone seemed to be looking up at a tall ...
Feeling a little better today so I'm hoping I'm back to normal tomorrow! Breakfast today was a Starbucks, in true New York style. Even got my own name on it this time! Today somehow turned into a bit of a shopping day, I have obviously taken to New York quite well. Pretty much a local now, so much that a tourist asked us for directions. We couldn't help in the slightest! We were just meant to be collecting out baseball tickets then going to Central Park! We went into ...
... feelings that NYers would have had. We found the hardest part was listening to the recordings of phone calls passengers made to loved ones......just so tragic. It was emotionally exhausting.
We came back to the hotel to reflect on the day, then got ready for the Empire State Building. This is fantastic at night with amazing views. It is a spectacular view of a ...
... search of a new all American diner where we could get a hearty breakfast to start us off just right. Vaughan is being decidedly healthier than me at this point and went for boring old oats while I ordered the tallest stack of blueberry pancakes slathered in maple syrup and cheap as butter. Washed down with a cappuccino and we were ready to hit the roads.
On the map Manhattan does not look very big and we thought a nice leisurely stroll would see us ...