Rockville Centre Inn
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... went his way and we ventured into Century 21.
We picked up a few bargains, designer ties for $10, mardi got some Calvin Klein suits for a fraction of the retail price. We then headed home. The rain had stopped and we had dinner plans.
After a rest at home we then wandered eight blocks to NYCs best steak restaurant, Keens Steakhouse. Just amazing steaks, amazing.
After dinner we walked home, in the rain. It was a nice walk, the rain was light and it wasn't too ...
... which has Fabulous views over the park and manhattan. Turns out the Met just has a suggested donation....oh well turns out I'm not as cool as I thought! Ha ha ha Pippin was spectacular, I really had no idea what it was about. I just knew a few of the songs. Such a circus of tricks though...they were all amazing acrobats. Some great performances and the leads were brilliant especially Pippin but it didn't move me like ...
... narcissistic selfies around the waterfall footprints of the twin towers, we let the free Staton Island ferry take us for a cleansing, daylight spin on New York Harbour before walking back home to our Chelsea pad sometime around sunset. Overall, there was a healthy walking component to our Manhattan experience. That was how we planned it. No subway. All above ground. The tourist bus came in handy, but mostly it was mapping out the day and walking to and fro between one ...
... flooding and we hear sirens wail and all sorts of commotion from the relative safety of our 22nd floor apartment. By 1600hrs things improve and we decide to "HIT" Macys to try and find cushion covers.....what else!!!! Fully of immigrant families and badly behaved children we are sorely disappointed! Nothing to purchase but naff designer clothes and trinkets we head back home for a Tanqueray and the prospect of an early night. Tomorrow the new World Trade Centre and the 9/11 ...
... that’s good until January, the question is, will I use it? In a way, I feel like I’ve already gone up against India, and India won. At the CKGS office, several Indian travelers rolled their eyes and remarked along the lines of, “Well, this is India,” or, “Welcome to India!” Indian friends of mine later listened to my tale and said, “Yeahhh that’s why we don’t go back there.” I know there are beautiful people, amazing ...