Oyster Point Hotel
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... Thought not. Went to sleep very happy girls. Day 2 started early as Natalie and I found ourselves in the gym at 7am having woken up early. When we got back to the hotel around 8 we all got ready to go out for the day and had breakfast at a cafe nearby. Breakfast consisted of a square bagel. Drumroll... a Squagel! Then the shopping started and we went to FAO Shwartz (remember the piano from the film Big?), before walking about 10 blocks to Grand Central Station. We took ...
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