Teaneck Marriott at Glenpointe
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... today, it was actually amazing. I loved the concept so much. The restaurant we went to for lunch was so cool, everything was made of vinyl/records! Even the tables, it was so meant for Queen Street. Sadly, dinner was so ****** and made me feeling sick. But, the musical picked the night back up and it was so funny. I chose the right one.
My pedometer said we had taken 15,039 steps ...
... got on the 3.48pm train back to Pennsylvania Station and New York. We got a seat, but it ended up quite crowded, and people were standing up as the train picked up more along the line. Whilst walking through Pennsylvania station, we noticed a KMart store in the arcade ! That was a surprise, as when we went in, it opened out into quite a large store. We had a good look around and bought a new duffle bag with wheels and a handle, to ...
... It was only a ten minute walk to Canal Street. Chinatown is crowded and dirty. But you have to go. There are old asian ladies every three feet asking you if you want to follow them for knockoff designer handbags. Most of what you will find there is cheap jewelry, cheap handbags, cheap watches, cheap (fake) perfume, cheap scarves, and cheap NYC souvenirs. Since we already know that I have a problem with jewelry, I had to restrain myself. I did find ...
... Either way it was 6:45 and the kids were hungry, tired and high on m&m's. We went to the top, but it was way to cold to go out onto the viewing platform, so I stayed inside with the kids and admired my view through glass. Tom went out and took the photos. As we were lining up for our descent we saw a couple who had just become engaged while we were up there. So cute. Home we trundeled, tired but happy with all we had achieved, and ...
... as you would expect from Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Unfortunately with Opera, and musicals in general, you have to listen carefully and where we were sat so far away it was hard to keep up sometimes.
Overall we all enjoyed our Broadway show experience and we are definitely glad we went.
After the show we popped into a little shop selling Broadway bits and bobs then set off home.
We'll be back tomorrow with more tales from New York.