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... the Jewish museum as well as explored the beautiful architecture of this magnificent house.
We caught the bus home along Fifth Avenue and took it easy for an hour before we headed out to Park Avenue for dinner at Park Avenue Winter. A restaurant that changes its name and menu with the season. We were here last year when it was called Park Avenue Autumn.
We enjoyed scallops and steak and duck. But dessert was the highlight. I had a work of art, ...
... followed by an opportunity to head upstairs for some photos. And we were given seats right next to the window overlooking the Empire State. Perfect. A glass of champagne, several cups of tea/coffee and a few plates of good food later, and we were back outside, full and heading up Fifth Avenue towards Central Park. The streets were much busier now, but we waded our way through, first visiting the Public Library that we had passed the previous day. Inside, the architecture was ...
... to Craig that she could see that he was - he had his arms and jacket around both women to try to keep them a bit warmer. The cold can be a wonderful thing. We set off walking home and at midnight stopped in a clothing shop in Times Square having a half price sale. At least it was warm in there while Craig waited for the girls to look around. While doing so he was entertained by a 'baby' that was outside throwing his toys out of his cot etc and dancing. The things you see in Times ...
A nice lazy morning today, we didn't get up until 9:00! We then headed into Manhattan, via Newark airport. Having dropped off our bags at our hotel we went straight to Times Square and booked a show (Wicked!). We ate shrimp at Bubba Gump's (Forest Gump) restaurant and bought Empire State tickets for tomorrow and attempted to walk to Battery Park all from 94th ...
... playing and then went to the 102 floor of the Empire State Building - such amazing views. I asked people working there and can confirm that Chuck Bass does not live in the Empire State. We headed home ready to start our TopDeck tour in the morning!!
To sum up New York
- coffee/ espresso martinis
- never enough time
- have to visit again
- haunted hotel :)
- dont get lost in Chinatown