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... a 15 minute walk into an hour before I finally arrived for tea. I had read in a few different places that this place was one of the best places for tea service in the city. I can see why! It is on a tiny, quiet street and was so quaint and cozy. I was able to select the flavors of tea sandwiches, macarons, and tea that I would like. Everything was amazing! I had egg salad, cucumber, and smoked salmon sandwiches, milk chocolate passion fruit and ...
... a menu specifically for your dog. Genius. I just got the Shack Burger with cheese and a side of fries. It comes with special Shack Sauce that I couldn't quite figure out. It was good! The best part was the bun. It was really soft and they didn't cut it all the way in half so the stuff in between doesn't fall out. Genius again. They also have an extensive menu of frozen custard, beer, and wine. And since this is New York, ...
... That was high, so I can only imagine what the view for the crown was like (we didn't get those tickets). You can see NY, Jersy and Ellis really well.
We went back down, then onto the ferry again to Ellis Island. The museum was really interesting and really cast a light on Australia's current treatment of refugees. People spent either a day processing or a couple of weeks, often due to disease. This in a time of steam boats and paper. The conditions were quite cramped in the ...
A week has passed, and the things I am experiencing in New York City are starting to, well, influence the way I think about things. In other words, my life is starting to change. My bosses took Mike and I to lunch today at a restaurant overlooking Manhattan and the Trade Center site. Delicious food. Racked up quite the bill! Mom would be proud... We were there for two hours, and talked about the state of ...
... are 2 square holes in the ground where the towers used to be that have water cascading down 2 levels into a pool. Around the edges of the pools they have all the names of the victims.
After the memorial we walked a couple blocks to visit Wall Street. Obvoliously there were lots of financial buildings and men in suits walking around. We walked to 'The Charging Bull' statue and got some photos before leaving the financial district.