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... lunch at chipotle, Crowdy had a burrito and Leish had tacos. We need this place in oz it's so good. Then we came back to the hotel and just laid on the bed all afternoon. Bit of relaxing time after our full on week in New York. We just had dinner at the restaurant at the hotel tonight because everything in Washington is so spread out and we just want an early night. Crowdy had a nice big rib eye with garlic mash. It was amazing and Leish had a massive garden ...
... to Craig that she could see that he was - he had his arms and jacket around both women to try to keep them a bit warmer. The cold can be a wonderful thing. We set off walking home and at midnight stopped in a clothing shop in Times Square having a half price sale. At least it was warm in there while Craig waited for the girls to look around. While doing so he was entertained by a 'baby' that was outside throwing his toys out of his cot etc and dancing. The things you see in Times ...
After riding back the same way we went we went Central Park. It is massive and so diverse and beautiful with meadows, forests, massive rocks and lakes and covers 843 acres!
We went past the:
The pond & boathouse with remote control sailing boats
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis ...
... The Out-of-Towners and It Had to be You. We were lucky to be sat by some plants and saw several fire flies darting in and out of them. The food matched the magnificent setting and we had a great night.
The next day we met Steph and Matt and two of their friends Paddy and James on Rare rooftop which we hadn’t been to before. It’s a bit of an unknown gem with a great view of the Empire State. ...
Destination -schombury center
Map/Directions/Hours -21 min in current traffic 24 min 515 lenox av Malcolm x blvd 12.8 mi west 131st
History - The Division of negro literature history and prints the forerunner to today schomburg center opened in 1925 as a special collection of the 135th street branch library to meet the needs of a changing community