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... we didn't know each other). We got access into the corporate suites, the locker rooms, the front row seats, the hanging seats, and got let in on the history of the building. Considering how much I had heard about MSG, I was a little disappointed, but I'm pretty stoked that our little Perth Arena back home is close to on par with facilities, even if it only holds 14,000 people.
After the tour (and the necessary gift shop stop), ...
... point, thinking we could eat something before we boarded. Upon arrival, we noticed a bus there with several people waiting to board. I checked with the man in charge of the boarding to see if we might be able to get on that bus. He looked on the bus, saw seats available and said we could board. That meant getting back to our apartment at about 16:30 instead of 20:30.
We both enjoyed New York City, but neither of us think we need to return anytime ...
... instead enjoyed taking many photos, loving this random shop! On leaving we saw 'The Art of the Brick', a Lego exhibition advertised and decided to enter in. It was better than anyone imagined displaying such variety. There were famous paintings reinvented out of Lego including: Claude Monet, Whistler and The Mona Lisa. Famous Greek sculptures recreated out of Lego including: The Greek Sculptural Pose, Disc Thrower, ...
... work directly or indirectly in tourism. The other thing I was sick of and couldn't stand to have one more of were Egyptian sandwiches. These tasty little treats are a staple in the Egyptian diet and consist of a pitta bread filled with deep fried chips, deep fried eggplant and deep fried falafel, all of which are always deep fried at a low temperature just tip the oil absorption off the scale. They taste so good at first but by the last day I felt sick in the stomach just thinking ...
... Untapped Cities blog and had it on the to do list. Not that exciting so I headed over to Uniqlo on 5th Ave. I did have a pair of pants that I needed to exchange sizes from Saturdays shopping trip but some of the tshirts I bought on Saturday were now reduced so I bought more! Maybe I bought some presents too. The hour that I told Andrew I would be away was now almost two so I returned to the hotel. He was feeling better and we decided to ...