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So It's night time and the city is even more busy then earlier today. I am going to the Victoria Secret shop to buy a few things for myself. I found this waffle and ice cream shop, its called Waffles and Dingles. I had a liege waffle with vanilla ice cream an Belgian chocolate and it tasted ...
... we were taken on a personal tour of the surrounding area including East Village, Bowery, China Town and Little Italy. With his own interests in music and history, Bernie provided a wealth of knowledge about the local social, cultural and musical history of the area and Jess did her bit to ensure we made it back to the restaurant in time for our reservations.
This time, we entered through a ...
... great time too.
Cheryl Ann Payne - Well done buddy x
Andrew Smith - Well done shipmate!
Carol Clarke - Well done Bryan
Zoe Forman - Awesome what a tour smile emoticon
Dawn Brunning - Brilliant job. And now you eat sleep and enjoy the city smile ...
... a little skeptical at first but soon got into it. I don't remember anything after we left the flat, but Sarah assured me we all had a good night. Sunday was a total right off as me and Alex were too hungover to do anything. We eventually managed to go out for brunch but the rest of the day was spent on Alex's sofa watching tv. Over the next couple of days, with Alex being back at work, we spent a lot of time in Manhattan trying to tick off the ...
... Australia there was a photo of buses unloading at Mount Scopus and of course I recognised many students I'd taught! So weird seeing that there. I also went to the Jewish Museum on 5th Ave which had a wonderful exhibition about Helena Rubinstein.. What a fascinating woman- she started her career in Australia after fleeing an arranged engagement! Mercer House in the East Village is an old mansion that was occupied by the same family for 100 years from ...