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Not much to write about today as most of it was spent travelling - but here is a quick summary... Our last day in New York started in the same way most others had - a trip to Central Park, followed by breakfast in the apartment. As usual the park was beautiful, and full of runners, walkers and cyclists enjoying the peace within the chaos of the city. Unfortunately my knee wasn't up to a run, but I did enjoy my final walk around the reservoir ...
... brought a massive number of people and huge amount of highly complex equipment. We don't do cardiac surgery or ECMO where I work but I have a basic understanding from my placement at Glenfields as a student and observing at Birmingham during my critical care course. Lunch followed observing this team response and the day began to calm as we went to a session being hosted by the management grand rounds team. The speaker was ...
... but basically soup with pastry floating in it
- Grandma's Coq au Vin - chicken simmered in red wine served with bacon, pearl onions and croutons and forked potatoes.
- toffee almond bar with chocolate chips
We did go to the main theater after dinner to see the show - a comedian Cary Long - but it was full so we had to stand. We stayed for 1/2 hr but no seats came open so we left. He was ok but seats would have make it better.
... way stumbled upon a Farmer's Market that was about 15 minutes from closing time. The prices were crazy low so we bought some fresh fruit and veggies for dinner and spent a whole two dollars and twenty-five cents doing so.
We were sick of the highway and decided to take the side roads 'home'. It was a longer drive but we did get one more kinda cool surprise. When the girls were younger they were into the American Girl ...
... been devoured.
The sitters have a small supply of good and bad treats. Hope Patti and Audette enjoy some of them while they are here.
Packing was and always will be a nightmare. No matter how many articles one reads on what and how to pack, it just does not work. I think some of the books were written by women who do not like clothes or shoes. Or ...
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