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... in to see the place where my sister and cousin spent hours looking. I stock up on Clinique and MAC since its so cheap here and we get our yankees caps for the big game next week. We walk home and enjoy another home cooked meal.
Day 4: we explore Midtown today. We walk all the way from our apartment in the lower east side to midtown. The first stop is 34th St where the biggest Macys is and some other brand name stores, like Victoria Secrets. We grab a sandwich and find a spot ...
... Yep, you guessed it...NBA Store. We went in and he was in his element. More basketball jerseys than you could think of! It was pretty cool and I enjoyed looking around at all the different teams jerseys. I said I would like to buy one, so had a look in the kids section, because the men's small are still HUGE!! As for what team I was going to get, I was just picking it off the colours! Phil follows New York Knicks and LA Clippers the most, but also has jerseys for a few other ...
... was very painless. I can't imagine how awful the journey would have been if I was in London. We were packed into the train like sardines, but we didn't have to queue for more than five minutes, and the journey only took ten minutes longer than it had during the day.
After an exhausting day, we arrived home around midnight. Despite the noise from the Grand Central Parkway outside, I was asleep almost before I head hit the pillow.
... It was an old building with charm that has been renovated with a modern flair. You enter street level to check in but then go up a level to the actual lobby where you will find an awesome and very helpful concierge and some fabulous modern art furniture. There is also free wifi there as you have to pay for it in your room. We weren’t there long enough for that to be an issue either way. The elevators are really cool…a twist of super ...
... and I talked to Jeremy's boss after the service, as well as a couple of staff...but you know what they say about how *you can't go back*; I didn't linger.
So, an afternoon on my own before I was meeting Brady at Gramercy Tavern for dinner. I knew I wasn't up to much of anything, but walked down 5th Ave taking photos of landmarks to send a friend and parked myself at my favorite Stumptown Coffee. It is attached to the Empire Hotel, ...