Desmond Tutu Center
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- Continental Breakfast
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... before leaving the restaurant!
The show was absolutely fantastic! We loved every second of it. DD1 and DD2 thought it was amazing, and commented that there was an obvious difference between Australian theatre and Broadway theatre. The Magic Carpet scene was a favourite for us and was truly magical.
When we left the theatre, we saw crowds like we had never seen before. I found myself holding on tightly to both DD1 and DD2 because at ...
... Soho before Kelley had to leave us and head to work. So we did a quick walk by Central Park again and jumped onto the Subway down to Soho to try and find The Meatballs shop Leesh had got a tip off for.
We arrived at the Meatballs shop and quickly ordered a small plate of meatballs while Kelley ordered some meatball sliders so she could quickly get a feed before having to leave us. We tucked into the meatballs and they were worth the trip. Was good to have a bit ...
... had dinner with Jarkkos friends, really nice :)
The next day we changed hotel, again, now we're living at Hampton Inn at Time Square, with view of Empire State Building. After walking in the closest area we met up Yuval who showed us around the city. He took us to one of his favorite rooftop bars - Le Bain.
Suuuupernice view and atmosphere and the weather was perfect! I will return there at some point ...
Our Cousin Ryan, Grande Cousin Eloise, Grandma Zandra (who wasn't in the pictures but you can simply guesstimate by blending a little Ryan, 3/4 Jennipher, and a little Eloise), and Aunt Jennipher came to visit on their way to Campbell River. We very much enjoyed meeting our new spunky relative Eloise, who we think already knows ...
... is only for lunch. So from there, we proceeded to have the most exquisite (and expensive) steaks because there was already no turning back. The rest of the night was fairly relaxed as we just caught up at the dinner table for a long diner, and then back at the hotel over a few beers. The next morning, we grabbed breakfast at Ess-a bagel for a classic New York style bagel. We then took the train to the 9-11 memorial and checked out the new ...