Oxbridge Midtown East Apartments
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... identify itself as Indian, but was pleasant to the eye, very NY – slightly ‘minimalist’. We started off with pappadums which were supplied with three different dipping sauces. Two mango lassis were like the ‘nectar of the gods’! My main course was Navratan Korma with Paneer, which translates as Vegetable Korma with cottage cheese chunks. Plain rice, naan bread and a free dish of pappadum ...
... the going gets tough, and to also pick you up when you needed it. Travelling with you has taken us to a whole new level, we’ve seen sides of ourselves and each other under the magnifying glass and there has been nowhere to hide from that, and we’ve celebrated and revelled in the magic and wonders of the world together, and no one else has seen what we have seen through our eyes. When we are old and grey I hope that we will still be telling each other stories of ...
... walk around Central Park and get our October shots (we are taking a photo in the park each month so we can put them in a frame and show the changes in the seasons throughout the year).
- On one knee in Central Park in a quiet area by the lake.
WHAT DID WE DO AFTER I SAID YES?
- Celebrated with champagne at Tavern on the Green ...
... Quite a few parallels with Australian immigration history.
By the time we got back to lower Manhattan it was late afternoon so we made our way to the 9/11 Memorial which is quite spectacular but we decided not to go into the museum because of time constraints and also because we imagined it would be very sad.
We then hopped onto the metro for the first time and made our way to Madison Square Garden for The Eagles concert. This is ...
... as we remembered from last year).
From here we walked through into a ...