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... and picked up dinner across the road from ROW. Chicken Parmesan, vodka penne, some slices, and a cannoli. Then headed out about 11:30 to Times Square again to watch the billboards put on an art show, wasn't great. Then went to footlocker and toys r us, then another h&m, so shopping until about 12:30. Then back home to chill out and maybe catch some sleep LOL. Anyway, tomorrow is yet to be planned, so maybe time to do ...
... that I should show my respect because they risk their lives every day for us. I admire them and do honestly believe they are everyday heroes. This is my last night in New York and I was fortunate to have company for the evening trying a bar in the Meatpacking district of the West side. The Tippler is a casual bar hidden in the basement of the Chelsea Market which hasn't been open to the public in 100yrs. I would thoroughly recommend ...
... in the twenties, still very oldish, with wood carvings and red carpets and gold and old lusters (look at that, almost the same word as in French!). I almost expected to meet the "phantom of the opera"!! great a place.
Finally I took the ferry back, then the metro, and here I am at the 39th floor, in Lutgart's apartment... it is getting dark, within some time I will admire Manhattan by night from here!
... 7th worst place in USA. Cez came picked us up about 2.30pm and drove us in Chris's big silver truck to her house. It was nice to just stop and chill. The area 'Boulevard Park' was lovely, with all sorts of different types of homes along the street. We settled down on the inside/outside balcony with a pimms and she'd made a lovely cheese stuffed pasta for dinner. Andy took a dip in their pool with Alex and then helped him with ...
... be my new favorite place in the city. Unfortunately, today was a little hotter today and I tend to lose my appetite for hot food in the heat. I couldn't let that stop me today, though! Since it was only $4, I didn't feel bad about not finishing it. My next stop was a little place called Pomme Frites. They serve Belgian style fries, which are huge, thick cuts of potato served in a large cone shaped container. They also have about 30 dipping sauces to chose ...