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... down an Aussie cafe around Greenwich Village, called Bluestone Lane. We also passed a strikingly familiar face on the way down, it was Toby's from Down Under. Yet, we had no notion to check that one out however. Bluestone turned out to be surprisingly good as far as coffee was concerned, they even had my magic on the menu :) With the weather turning into a really nice day, despite some cold wind we did quite a ...
... organs, brain and other organs - some of the displays were quite macabre to look at, but all in the name of science :-) Bubba gump in Times Square for lunch - big queues and a 20 min wait to get in to this massive restaurant. The food was not as good as we remembered from Santa Monica pier last time in the US, but fun all the same. Madam Tusauds was ok, we took lots of photos - was interesting that quality varied ...
... and buzzed at the door but no response, we tried for ten minutes, and yelled up to the 3rd floor to see if Matty or Tysoe would hear us. No good so we went and found some food and luckily could find wifi. 45mins later they came out the front and let us in. We found out the buzzer was out of action, and we only had one set of keys which was a bit annoying. Anyway, it was good to see Matty again and meet Tysoe. Matty is like a brother to us so we have a lot of ...
... drive possible & gave 'as many sparkly lights as we can get’ as the brief. Dino, our driver did not let us down as we rounded the bridge there she was in all her early evening glory. Not a light was missed as she rose above & before us & as usual I audibly gasped & started to cry. It’s not something I can control.
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... which meant you couldn't walk up around the concourses and this would be part of its appeal. We did however see the static displays of real art - i'm sure we would have enjoyed a display more. No photos allowed, except for in the lobby, which hopefully will show the concourses.