The Inn at Irving Place
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... I did not took many pics due to winter and my hands were just too comfortable behind the gloves in my pocket. We ate Shake Shack for dinner and had to change tix for the next day Woodbury's bus ride and actually walked till Macy's. It was quite a walk. Shake Shack, really nice burger and was reading it under the must try in NYC, but later to realise that they have opened up quite many branches, even JFK have it too.
Next day, 11th Dec, shopping time in ...
Now I have a postcard that I will be sending to you - and a few for other people too - but I have been very busy and will only be able to post them today. Because America is so far away (3435 miles to be exact) it might take a little while to arrive! Now I have got a few presents for you from America - though you might have to wait until Christmas for one ...
... hurry to return it to the rental place. It had to be one of the busiest streets in America on a Saturday night. It was mental. I stopped smoking almost a full year ago but driving through Times Square nearly had me back on the fags. Thanks to my wrong turn it was another hour before we said a fond farewell to the Jeep and carried our bags out of the car park and onto Broadway. These bags are becoming a pain in the backside like. They are heavy, awkward and I ...
... Station with heavy arms. The mezzanine level of Grand Central Station is an Apple Store. Isn't that funny. Anyway you could use their free Wi-Fi.
On the way back we stopped McGees Bar W55th St for a cold beer. This bar was made famous by the sitcom "How I Met a Your Mother".
Picked up some more yummy soup from The Soupman for dinner. We had Chicken Noodle Soup and a Lobster Roll ...
Matilda the Musical at the Shubert Theatre: Very entertaining theatre with Matilda being an 8 year old girl who was amazing - I don't know how she could remember so much and speak and sing with such clear diction. Times Square still with it's usual bright, noisy, crowded throng of people.