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FRIDAY 5TH JUNE 2015
Today was a bit of a rest day. Didn't get up till 9ish. It was grey, drizzling , and the city was fogged out.
After breakfast we hung out in our room with the foggy view. I just blogged and snoozed. It was cosy, and kind of nice not to be dashing off somewhere.
About 3pm we hopped on the shuttle bus into Manhattan.. The rain had cleared and the day was warm. We went to the chemist to get something for ...
... true to form found a super bargain
deal in a charter flight from NYC to Manchester, which for the both of us cost
less than £300 – I know £300! I can barely believe it, and we’re prepared to
squeeze into a sardine tin of a plane, with our knee’s around our ears for 6 or
7 hours for that price, well done Scotty!
This was quite a contrast to the uber relaxed no plan mantra
of the last two weeks, but it had to be done, and now the deed ...
... to see some great friends in fall...awe New England fall. Unfortunately work got in the way and I had to leave early from my vacation so I got precious little time (but quality time with my friends and the city) there before heading to NYC to run the 5 boroughs.
I stayed with my friends Emile, Rufus and Shaka like I usually do in NYC. This time in Harlem...oooo dangerous...well or not, such a nice neighborhood and it even has nearby Riverside Park to run along.
6:30pm - dinner and drinks at http://www.juniorscheesecake.com/ Juniors
( think philly steak and cheesecake!!!! )
8:00pm - we got lazy and had drinks at our room - but if your ...
... well now he had an apple.
We made our way back to our hotel and the daylight was disappearing so we did a quick stop into the hotel, checked into our room on the 26th floor and headed down the street a few blocks to Times Square. I took a photo out the front of our hotel and if you look ******* the steps you will see some familiar tourists standing there, and further in the distance you can just see the start of the lights glowing ...