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... beautiful building and had a beautiful chandelier.After the show, we decided to go to the Russian Tea room for dinner. The Russian tea room is a glitzy landmark from 1920's New York. It was founded by members of the Russian Ballet in 1927. It is located near Carnegie Hall.
On the way back to the Hotel, we found a new shop Forever 21 which stayed open till 1pm. We couldn't believe it. New York is the City that never sleeps.
... so that you can sit in the same seat and order with "I'll have what she's having"), the hotel from Home Alone 2, the fountain used in Enchanted and 27 dresses, the ice rink from Love Story and Serendipity, where the cast of Glee danced, the Natural History Museum where the Night in the Museum characters came alive, etc, etc, etc. We did all the traditional tourist activities in New ...
... to pack and get myself ready for my final flight.
My trip is now over, but the memories will last.
Memories of beautiful places, lovely people, a few not so nice things and a few bumps along the road, but all in all an awesome trip that I will treasure forever!!
I have been blessed to experience the world as I have and am truly amazed at this wonderful planet we call home.
UK, here I come.
... I was travelling in Asia and MISSED THE LAST DATE TO DECIDE MY OPTION. I couldnīt believe my luck but decided to write them. They allowed me to still decide but being as I was not prepared and was just happy to have been allowed to still decide I choose 2014. If I had given it some more thought (or the 30 second delayed thought after selecting) I would have said refund because I had cancelled for injury in 2012 before Sandy which gives you till the next year to run and taken my ...
... the 100th year of inauguration of George Washington as President. Weirdly though, it is a copy of the Arc De Triomphe in Paris and has a sculpture of Georgey-boy on both sides of it, one at peace, one at war. Why the Americans would build a monument to commemorate an American event with a copy of a French icon is beyond my understanding, but there it is- larger than life!
Remy points out great places to eat and you are spoiled for choice here. One of the places he ...