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... so I have attached a photo in an attempt to share it with you (albeit nowhere near as clear and beautiful). We had intended on walking our way into Brooklyn for pizza, however changed our minds when we realised how far we still had to go once over the bridge. Our return walk and trip to our hotel found us stopping in at the Stonewall Inn where we partook of a very strong drink, got a quick snap and headed on home exhausted!
The following days ...
By Rebecca and Rich (We are nothing if not cooperative!)
After the excitement of Broadway and Times Square and staying up past midnight, we were all pretty tired, so we slept in a bit. We walked over to the Murray Hill Diner for breakfast, and then rode the subway to Delancy and Essex St. on the Lower East Side. We walked a couple of blocks to a place called Doughnut Plant that claims to have invented the crème brulee doughnut and the square ...
... I did. We got our photos, both frontal view and of course holding the bulls balls. I was one happy happy chappie. It's the small things that seem to light up our days. After the bull we couldn't help but step into trinity Church, which held the memorial for all those that lost their lives in 9/11. A beautiful church with really ornate stain glass windows.
... 162.00!!! And that is why we bought donuts for breaky from the street wagon!! With all that over and done with, we hit the streets to walk up to Central Park again. We walked down 47th to go to the NHL store on the way but even though it was after 10am it was closed..... Stay open very late, open very late! So we walked up 6th to get to Central Park. When we got there we walked around the edge until we got to the Zoo. It's a nice little zoo in the middle of ...
... is styled on the Forrest Gump character. The meal and drinks and tip was about US$42 per person. On the way to the restaurant Jolanta saw two young women who were wearing nothing but knickers and body paint. Ang wanted a photo with them. They gave a price of $5 but kept the $20 that Ang handed them seeking change. It was their idea of a tip. Not impressed. After a dinner we went for a bit of a stroll. Chatted to a mounted policeman who was ...
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