Chelsea Center East
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... since arriving, and Pavel finally said "Why not? Let's go..." and the romp really took flight. They made it to the New York Port Authority Transportation Center in Midtown Manhattan, and grabbed two seats on a bus bound for Newark...
...the discussion with the rental agent was a bit disappointing--we were not able to convince her that we could reserve our Mustang and leave it on the lot. This problem was exacerbated by the ...
... s lived up to the grumpy New Yorker stereotype I had been warned against.
The museums on the mile were closed by the time I left to explore the city on foot, so I decided to take a stroll through Central Park. Naively, I had assumed it would be as uniform and artificial inside as its borders make it look on a map. In fact, it is not only vast (6 x 2.5mi), but also incredibly diverse, and exploring it I had the most fun I've had all day.
The first thing to notice ...
... heading down to Central Park area. I went straight to the box offices this time, and got tickets to Spider-Man on Wednesday, at 1:30 PM, and decided to try out a musical comedy called " First Date" with Zachary Levi and Krysta Rodriguez. I'd seen the big bill board in Times Square advertising it, and didn't know anything about it, but took a bit of a risk and took the good seats I was offered, I guess "Let It Be" had spoiled me for good seats and now I didn't want to be stuck up in ...
... but somehow the shade seemed to really help. We needed to make another stop to Chelsea Market again today, which actually turned out to be a bust, but it was still a nice place to go again and it was out of the heat. We moseyed around for a while and made our way home for dinner. After dinner we were going to celebrate our last night together the right way, Serendipity! A special thanks to the McCoy’s for the special treat! On our way ...
... and ended up putting a lot of the clothes around the apartment to dry due to the 26 minutes not being enough to dry our things. We cleaned up the apartment and put our clothes away just in time to really have a craving for some frozen yogurt! Once we got our fix of that we came home and settled in for the night. Today didn't go as planed but it was still a really good day and I really enjoyed our girl talk that was much overdue! ...
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