The Andrew Hotel
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... thinnest and hot dogs. There is no where else like it on earth.
After about an hour or so I headed back to the hotel so we could head out for the day.
We decided to do some walking around, so walked to Grand Central Terminal and had lunch at the world famous Oyster bar. Oysters anyway you want, check out the photo of the menu.
Mardi had an oyster soup for lunch and I had pop corn prawns. I'm not a fan of oysters.
... People were skating on the skating rink outside. NBC Studios are one of the tenants of the Rockefeller Centre. We went inside the NBC Store and took a couple of photos of myself standing beside "cutouts" of Jimmy Fallon and Matt Lauer.
On to Times Square. As we approached Times Square, we were approached by a Salesman for Gray Line Tours. He explained that we could get a 72 hour pass to ride on the open top bus for $50.00 each. This sounded great ...
... is styled on the Forrest Gump character. The meal and drinks and tip was about US$42 per person. On the way to the restaurant Jolanta saw two young women who were wearing nothing but knickers and body paint. Ang wanted a photo with them. They gave a price of $5 but kept the $20 that Ang handed them seeking change. It was their idea of a tip. Not impressed. After a dinner we went for a bit of a stroll. Chatted to a mounted policeman who was ...
... t seen the film or have forgotten http://www.youtube.com/w atch?v=0Yu62StlsMY. We even bumped into one of Bob's ancestors. A quick refueling stop in the "Green Cafe" (it had to be done really) and off to Bloomingdale's so that Lucy could check out the bags. When we finally located the Brown Bag handbags, Lucy was a bit disappointed with how ****** they actually were. I soothed my 'disappointment' by heading downstairs into the Ralph ...
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After that we headed to Times Square which was amazing in the day time as well. We bought ourselves some comedy tickets for tomorrow night after the 4th of July fireworks off some street salesman. Fingers crossed that pays off!
Then we went to the M & M factory.
3 stories of M & M stuff and chocolate tubes of color. Though it's so bloody hot we didn't dare buy any cause it would have ...