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I haven’t gotten the chance to update this in three days, so hello, my apologies. Been very busy, as expected. Work from 10-5, commute back to NYU. Then enjoy the remainder of the evening. I’ll get work out of the way first; it’s great. Today, we finally got to interview some visitors on camera, and I got to put my journalism experience to use. We are going to be doing this a lot more in the coming weeks, so ...
... caught the subway again to SoHo to do some more shopping. The subway station was very dingy station compared to the ones we had been on. There was even a puddle of vomit on the train to top it off. Steve isn't a fan of the NY subway system.
After a couple of hours we caught the train and headed to Macy's. It is a massive shopping center with 8 levels. It has all the big brand stores inside so we went about trying to find Louise her ...
... who like to beep at everyone to get out of there way. With the crowds bustling across it was about as peaceful and relaxing as Times Sq but the views were as pretty as made out to be.
Once you get off the bridge, it would be pretty easy to turn straight around as immediately after there’s really not a lot to see, even less signs to tell you where to go and not a whole lot but four lane roads to negotiate. After 10 minutes with Google maps though we found ...
... a view :-). SNOW!!!!! AND LOTS OF IT! Bronte was beside herself with excitement, The snow storm that had been promised had arrived and with it, in some places, there was 30cm of snow. It was a winter wonderland. It was still snowing (horizontally at times, yikes!) but we rugged up and headed out for some indoor sightseeing activities. First up, a visit to Grand Central Station. A glorious reminder of a time long since gone by when even utilitarian buildings were built ...
... an OA for his music. Betrayal was great too, staring Daniel Craig. Then Big Fish, well this was definitely a tear jerker, everyone was sobbing at one point, but in a good way. Once was such a fresh musical, I think it will do well if it ever comes to Australia. And then Chicago to wrap the week off, Roz Ryan was fantastic as Mama Morton. Off to Iceland this afternoon, and current temperatures are low, top of -1 ...
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