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We set out on Tuesday, an overcast but mild day to catch up with our good friend Bob. We met Bob a couple of years ago during a couple of walking NYC tours. We immediately hit it off on our second tour of Central Park with Bob after a Chelsea markets tour in 2012. We stayed in touch and in 2013 caught up again.
We met Bob yesterday outside the Plaza Hotel and explored this magnificent building. We then wandered in and around this area for a while and made ...
Breakfast in the hotel. Uptown tour. Central Park Bronx tour through Harlem to Yankee stadium Ate a sarabeths on Central Park facing the park. Not great. Good tomatoe soup. Walked down 5th Abe to st Patrick catherdral. The organist was playing and the are under renovations. Happy hour at the hotel wine, beer, salad and pesto sandwiches. Resting for a while than to ...
... we pottered, ate, and pottered some more. Then off we went to Brooklyn to see the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. Wow! It was like a Broadway musical! The singing was beautiful, loud and the lyrics were projected on a big screen so we could sing along with every one - and everyone was in their Sunday best. The majority of men were in suits, the ladies wore hats, everyone was smiling and welcoming newcomers into their church. There must ...
We leave the museum and take a walk down 5th Avenue, along Central Park. The rain has cleared so we enjoy some sunshine and the sights of 5th Ave. The fancy schmancy condos, FAO Schwartz where we saw the Big piano but the line was too long for us to be bothered to have a go, the Plaza hotel, the fancy schmancy shops such as Tiffanys, Armani and Gucci.
We round a corner and see St Regis. I've always wanted to have desert there so we go in. We are sooooo under ...
... My main was Pork Shoulder in Honey Sauce. And it was literally an entire pig's shoulder. It was enormous; there must have been over a pound of meat, and I only just failed to finish it.
We headed uptown again to the Rockefeller Centre. Again, the entrance hall was very grand, with a giant Swarovski chandelier dangling down three stories, so low that I could almost reach up and touch it. By this time it was approaching 10pm, ...