The Sylvan Guest House
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... Núñez. He hadn't had chance to properly see Manhattan so we had decided that we would explore together. Nothing better than a friendly face in a foreign country.
First up was the Metropolitan Museum of Art which is AMAZING. It is absolutely huge, an incredible building. We got lost a few times, and we only managed to see a few of the collections housed there. The Egyptian collection alone is enough to have a museum to itself. We saw some good old impressionist paintings ...
... you only get one shot kids LOL!
At 1pm we met up with B2 & Gi for a 45 minute carriage ride around Central Park followed by a late lunch at the Loeb Boathouse Restaurant & later, Sammy & I take in the musical Rock of Ages. Not only was it fantastic it was the MOST fantastic show I have ever seen. Ever. The cast was perfect, the voices clear & strong the storyline brilliant & most importantly the music bloody mind blowing! We laughed ...
... to go the final of the US open tennis tournament that night but despite none of the top of 4 seeds being in it the tickets were still very expensive and way out of our budget. Instead we had sushi in and watched The Whistleblower, a film based on true events which is very hard hitting.
Dad had been looking forward to Tuesday for months. We went to his favourite restaurant Jean Georges which was my first 3 Michelin ...
... our lives in there. At this point Indy was very unwell and we decided to spend the afternoon at the hotel. She had a burning hot fever and the germs from the plane had gotten the best of her. I wasn't too crash hot myself so we slept a lot of the afternoon.
The third day made up for the first and the second. We went and bought a ticket on a hop on hop off bus which was totally worth the money. We went to/saw the Empire State Building, 9/11 memorial ...
... Squeezing a smile into those stiff airs and graces.,." Or: "Waiting a while til every piece took their places..." He'd repeat a sequence sometimes before moving onto a new line. The same technique was used on the chorus: "Do you want this much love? - Do you want more than love? - if there's more than this much love...will it budge...will it fudge...who will judge...never hold a grudge....more than this much love...more than...." When he stopped to light a cigarette I ...