NYC, late May-early June

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NYC, late May-early June

Postby Quaco » 09 May 2018, 02:21

We're going to be there because of Lady Q's work. I'll have lots of time to do things. She'll also be able to join in on a few of those days. What do you think?

Lots of things that come to mind that I want to repeat from previous trips: dim sum, Central Park, drinking, Rocco's ...
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Re: NYC, late May-early June

Postby Hightea » 11 May 2018, 20:23

If its a nice day take a walk on the highline. Old train tracks on the west side of manhattan they turned into a park. Very nice esp. around sunset.
Always look at what is playing live never know you might catch something you can't see in the UK.
I'm assuming you have done the museums but you should at least check what is being shown while your here.
Or visit a small one like the Frick.
NYC has changed you should head to Brooklyn for a day (DUMBO, Williamsburg, Long Island City(queens) have cool stuff).

Lots of restaurants but had to recommend one as don't go to many anymore.

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Re: NYC, late May-early June

Postby Quaco » 11 May 2018, 21:47

Great thoughts, thank you HT. (BTW, I'm in LA rather than the UK.)
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Re: NYC, late May-early June

Postby Hightea » 12 May 2018, 05:11

Quaco wrote:Great thoughts, thank you HT. (BTW, I'm in LA rather than the UK.)


:oops: sorry about that Left Coast