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So, with the work finished, it was off to New York to meet Tom. I woke at 4 and got concerned because his phoine was still shown as being at Vine Cottage when he should have been on his way to Ashford. Last night he had been concerned that his Mum was not up to coping and he thought he might have to drop out at the last minute, so I wondered if that had happened. I gave it half an hour until the time he should have been just on the train at Ashford ...
... including a history of high society balls in NYC and an exhibition on gilded NYC. We also saw a video presentation depicting NYCs 400 year development shown over 22 minutes.
When we finished the rain was still coming down, so we caught a bus to 44th street and made our way home, with hot chocolate in hand. The weather was getting really wet by now so we had a night in and watched a movie.
Another interesting and different day in ...
... road, 5th avenue, and all the expensive apartments and current or past (now museums) mansions, the guide said that the street cart vendors pay up to US$280,000 per year for a concession to have their cart on that street. As he said that's a lot of $4 hotdogs. With local direction we found a food hall in a shopping plaza building. It was about 11.20am. It wasn't like a NZ food hall. It was more akin to the Harrods of London food hall, but not as flash or as expensive. ...
... is to be able to enjoy drinks looking at a fantastic view but the Sky Terrace didn’t really have one. After a quick mojito (as it took literally about 30mins to get served) we went for dinner at Ruth’s Chris steakhouse. NY restaurant week is back on meaning that you can eat in some restaurants off a special menu consisting of 3 courses for $38 which is great value. We had been to Ruth’s Chris with ...
... to reach out to meet and befriend others.
Laura, It was a pleasure to get to know you this week in Queens. You were a real asset to our team as we worked at the Salvation Army and in the food truck. You did any and everything you were asked to, without hesitation or complaint. Upon your return home, how can you continue the work we started in New York?
What can I say but a hair net suits you! I hope ...