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... 15,712 steps (10,000 steps is approximately 5 miles) so you can say we walked 7 miles today, no wonder our legs are so sore.
Some of the places we saw on our tour:
Time Square: Times Square is a major commercial intersection at the junction of Broadway (now converted into a pedestrian plaza) and Seventh Avenue and stretching from West 42nd to West 47th Streets. Brightly adorned with billboards and advertisements, ...
... Most establishments have a restroom for customers only and the often have a lock on them that requires a code. You can only get the code on your receipt after you buy something. I'm convinced that is the only reason most of the cafes in NYC are able to stay open. They know people will pay $3 for a croissant when they are in desperation to relieve the call of nature. If there isn't a lock, there is inevitably a line six people deep and no one is in a hurry. ...
... had some delicious panang curry. After lunch I saw a Chase bank - perfect, because I was running low on cash. There was a very smart man with tables full of jewelry right outside the bank. As soon as I got my cash, I naturally had to buy some jewelry. That's one of the things I love about NYC - you can buy anything on the street. I love a bargain and jewelry. For $18 I walked away with two necklaces and a pair of earrings. I ventured on ...
... now. So into the chaos we walked. It was all so bright. Samuel described it as "a world of lights". When one went off the whole street would grow dark, then change colour as the next lights came on. It was strange and surreal, but so, so crowded. I held tightly to Samuel's hand and kept my eyes glued to Tom's back. We took the obligatory photos and headed towards ToysRus to see their international flagship store that housed a giant Ferris ...
We went to the Top of the Rock and saw some more awe-inspiring views of the city. They weren’t as amazing as the views from the Empire State Building, but it was a bit quieter up there, and we had better views of Central Park, and the lake we visited yesterday (where Patrick Dempsey rowed Amy Adams in a boat during the “How Will You Know” song in Enchanted, near the fountain they all danced around!).
We went back down and walked ...