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... ended up there all afternoon and still didn't touch 10% of what's on offer - it's truly huge and jam packed with fantastic art. Decided to bring the boys and come back before we leave - they would enjoy the Egyptian exhibition and the arms and armoury at least! Masterpieces - not just one or two from Matisse, Van Gogh, Renoir, Rembrandt, Turner, etc... - they have 1 - 2 ...
... 100% that night so we left Katie and John to have a romantic dinner for two at Little Owl in the West Village which they loved.
On Katie and John’s last day they did a spot more shopping in the morning and saw the library and giant piano from the film Big in the Schwarz shop. We re-grouped back at the flat and then headed down to the West Village to walk the High Line. We stopped for lunch at the Cull ...
Finally stepped into the restaurant which always pulls Adam to its doors. Surprisingly every employee in the restaurant was a female. As the first tester always, I tried the Salad. The ingredients were all so different in the salad bar, that my expertise of customising was put to test. ...
... breathe taking once I was up there. Words can not describe how far I could see and how many lights there were through out this amazing city!
Every one has to experience this at least once in their life. The building and the tour is also very educational and when you are on the tours, the staff members will list of details and facts about this building to inform you of general knowledge. It would be very beneficial for a school group.
... hungry by now so we headed back to the house, grabbing a deli lunch on the way. We decided to have some downtime as everyone was a bit tired and Ashton had a huge meltdown and went to sleep- a way overdue nap.
Just before three we decided to head on to Coney Island, check out some roller coasters. Another subway ride was fun too. We dropped laundry off at the laundry mat (to be washed and folded for us!) before heading off.
We began ...