The Breakers on the Ocean
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- Swimming pool
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A day of exploring the villages; Soho, little Italy, West village, Greenwich ... Macy's etc... We ended up very disappointed as ventured out to Coney Island, only to discover it is now only open in the weekend! Blast... We are still trying to get over ...
... bacon, plus a large discount for the inconvenience the previous evening. I drove to New York and was thrown a steep learning curve, as I caught the large wing mirror on another vehicle. (No damage thankfully). After driving for 5 hours I had to hand the vehicle over to Mike due to cramp. It took so long, because New York is a nightmare to drive an RV through, due to height restrictions. After finally ...
... costume place. Halloween was just round the corner and it is really celebrated in USA and NYC was a place to be for that. We then decided to change tactic and go for a cake instead. We ended up in a place called "Black Hound". We tried a lemon cake, but this made Subash feel really sick. He wasn't handling the cupcake crawl very well. If this was a pub crawl he would be under the table on the floor speaking like a Mexican. It was decided that we needed to take another break. ...
... right on a smashed potato platform, the grilled Brazini reminded me of a great little bistro in Rome. Warning, do not buy the platters for two unless you have a very elastic waistband.
The atmosphere is open air, but surprisingly sophisticated, consider dressing up. This is where the successful citizens of Prague come to eat fish. Dinner for two $ 70 USD, but can be higher.
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... launching point for an Everest summit bid. The base camp on the Nepal side is the more common choice, and a much better experience from a trekkers perspective. The Chinese government is attempting to build a paved road directly to the China-side base camp, but, the project has stalled. Regardless, the trip to get to the China-side base camp is much less arduous whereas the Nepal-side base camp takes roughly a week of hiking to reach.