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... providing British food (which it does). Marion had trout on a bed of greens, while David had a salmon burger, washed down with some beer, and followed by a sticky toffee pudding which we shared. We will look to go there again!
We then went for a walk to check out laundromats, and to generally get a look at things, and we set off down 37th Street East, and marvelled at the accumulation of traffic being dealt with ...
... After a while, everyone was hungry, so I suggested Lombardi's - America's first pizzeria and my favorite (so far) in the city. It was amazing as always. There is just something about NY pizza that I cannot replicate at home, as much as I try it. I think it may be the oven, or maybe the water quality here in the city. Tomorrow is our first conference day so we'll have far less time for sightseeing but we'll make the most of what we ...
... possible. The hop-on-hop-off bus again served its purpose, this time taking us up-town past Harlem and Brooklyn, past ritzy hotels and glamorous celebrity-studded apartment blocks, as well as dozens of tall brown 'project' developments marking the poorer districts and past Yankee Stadium. A trip to NY, however, has it's share of 'must do's" and is not complete without a walk through Central Park. We hopped off near the northern gates, past ...
... the wall which told us that this was where the composer George Gershwin wrote his famous " Rhapsody in Blue" , in conjunction with his brother Ira.One of those special 'finds' one comes across when wandering the city! After an age an M4 arrived and we boarded it gladly, only to find that it wasn’t going all the way to the Cloisters. We got off at it last stop, and hopped on another M4 coming up behind it which was going to our destination.
Those of you who remember the movie 'Big', may remember the Big Piano that was played. Well today Hannah and I played the Big Piano at F.A.O. Schwartz. It was fun (see pictures) and for some reason I was the only adult jumping on the piano. Isn't the whole meaning of the piano to reflect being young at heart? After reliving my young adulthood, ...
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