The Helmsley Carlton House
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After leaving my tour group, I made my way back to Little Italy to find a shop we'd passed on our travels earlier: "From Rice to Riches". Curious what lay behind the door and windows of this shop, I headed in after finding it. At first I thought it was a rice specialty store and I could bring some novelty home, but one look inside and I knew it wasn't an option. You see, once inside, I found myself facing a rice pudding bar, I kid you not. Think ice ...
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DMPA, among other missions, that develop and support educational projects focused on the memory ...
... find the “next best thing to Guinness”. Firstly he thought that was the Irish Stout he had in Boston, next the Oyster Stout at John Dory’s, later he believed it to be the Rockaway Nitro Stout in the Ginger Man (a very pub-like-bar on the East side), then on Sunday he proclaimed it was Red Rooster’s Keegan’s Mother’s Milk Stout. Whether that is the “next best thing to Guinness” remains to be seen.
... Our guide gave us a little history about the Twin Towers. Apparently when they were first built in the 70s everyone hated them. People thought they were ugly looking and even more annoyed that they were taller than The Empire State Building. They towers were not fully occupied for over a year or so, until one day when a French man saw a picture of the 2 tallest buildings in the world (at the time anyway) in a magazine and decided, "I'm going to walk ...
Slept in again till 9.15am. We're so lazy. It's very quiet and dark where we're staying. The rain helped us to stay in and rest.
We walked to Rockefeller Centre today and had some coffee at Starbucks after looking for a cafe. Seems Starbucks is the main coffee chain in NYC.
We went to the Top of the Rock at the ROCKEFELLER CENTRE. Amazing views of Central Park & Empire State Building and the ...