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I think one of the things worth mentioning about NYC is the food. Food seems hugely important to New Yorkers ... Not that they do much cooking themselves. Why cook when you can eat out, take out and have every possible genre of food delivered to you door? From the street carts to the cafes to the buzzing restaurants...everyone is eating. Now I'm a vegetarian who doesn't eat fish really. It's not difficult to find something on a menu, even in a ...
... Turned out to be this really nice English guy who was in his third year of studying some German clever nonsense in newark and was returning for the beginning if term. Nothing special on flight terms, few bumps here and there. Landing was pretty cool. The sun was setting just as we landed so managed to get a few shots - unfortunately they are on my phone so can't upload them right at the moment. Got taxi to hotel and zonked out for the night. Tomorrow's journey awaits ...
... The first being his stay in the hospital (Gerry was a nurse) and second, regarding his experience of Aladdin, which she had recommended. Just a quick note of assurance, Chuck is alright and now after a couple of days is back to his full strength.
Day three included the musical, "Jersey Boys" and dinner at Cafe Boulud. We thought the musical was a sad story of Franki Valli's life on the road with the Four Seasons. The ...
... next day, watched a little TV and then off to bed we went!
Friday 18th July
Today we got up around 8.30am again and had planned another busy day ahead. We had bought a simple breakfast; banana and cereal bar, as the hotel breakfast wasn't included and was ridiculously expensive. Our first stop was Grand Central Station. We had heard it was pretty impressive and it was true. We walked in and it was huge tiled walkways, shops, cafes etc, no sign of any ...
Our first full day in New York and we didn't waste it! We practically saw every main district of Manhattan and slowly throughout the day fell in love with the city! Every area is so completely different! We couldn't believe you could walk down a tranquil street in soho which is minutes away from the bustling time square! I can see why so many different people love New York as it has an area for every type of personality! We loved Greenwich village, the ...