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... I can't paint everyone with the same brush. In Macy's when the first man "helped" me heard I was looking for small reasonable priced cabin bag, he shrugged and said look around, a Spanish lady assistant overheard took me straight to a sale bag, and I got extra 20 percent off. The worst, the ugly............. Only mentioning one maybe two. It's actually more sad than anything else. But a big difference in South Africa men and those living in New ...
... an 5 hours.
I got dropped off on the corner of 7th Ave and 28th St and then proceeded to get lost. My hotel was located on 17th St so I thought sweet, I'll just walk the 11 blocks and I will hit it. And hit it I did.
So far so good. Now I had to make a choice, do I turn left or do I turn right. Both ways said 17th St West. I needed 17th Street East. I asked some broad which direction East was and she told be to turn right so I did. After 3 blocks looking for the ...
This was the first time jet lag really caught up with us, with everyone awake at some stage. Those that were awake of course managed to wake up others, particularly with the boys having to share a bed (and a room with Hannah). This then meant that we all slept in, with the earliest awake at 9:30. That meant that we were very late getting out.
Today was our day for the two towers. First appointment was a trip to the top of the Rockefeller ...
... local pub a quiet beer and dinner before crashing - I had to be up early to beat the crowds to the Empire State Building! I was blessed with perfect weather and you could see for miles. I then headed over to Rockerfeller Plaza and visited the Top of the Rock. It was like a different day - it was raining!!! Thankfully just a brief shower and I was once again able to enjoy the views, particularly of the Emprire State Building. Then a wander through Times Square in the ...
... mama. But a happy one, none the less.
Continuing in our day of indulgence, we went across the road to one of the best bars I’ve ever been in. The Trailer Park. A bar completely dedicated to Trailer Park couture – tacky neon signs, bad furniture, a toilet outside and a bloody caravan inside! Even the waitresses were down with the theme, wearing crop-tops and denim hotpants, with blue eyeshadow and pearly pink lipstick. At least I think they ...
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