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Unread 27 Aug 17, 07:34 PM  
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There were a couple of times when we found ourselves wondering what to do next as well, like you say, ridiculous in a city with so much to do! Wow, those salads... expensive, but it looks like you got a lot of food for your money.

Good shopping, especially at B&BW
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There were a couple of times when we found ourselves wondering what to do next as well, like you say, ridiculous in a city with so much to do! Wow, those salads... expensive, but it looks like you got a lot of food for your money.

Good shopping, especially at B&BW
I think you feel like you should always be doing something to make the most of it!
Expensive but they were good!
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You had me...at Shake Shack (wipes drool off chin).

And I bought a little hand cream/liquid soap tray thing for the bathroom - OK..I was going to tell you all about it but (JEEZ...April!) - it's probably enough to tell you that you should definitely pick one up next time - so useful.

Oh - My - Goodness! The Million-Dollar Salads! Poor you!

That's interesting (and horrible) about the homeless kids selling stuff on the streets - we didn't see any of that down in the Garment District, but I did notice more people than I've seen in the past sleeping rough, etc...and SO MANY more of those little pop-up tables with a woman behind them selling slices of fruit. One of the many ways that NY feels like Latin America these days...hmm...


And you know I have a son, so I mean this in the most bless-his-heart way possible..."he asked her at Nando's".
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Originally Posted by GopherLass View Post
You had me...at Shake Shack (wipes drool off chin).

And I bought a little hand cream/liquid soap tray thing for the bathroom - OK..I was going to tell you all about it but (JEEZ...April!) - it's probably enough to tell you that you should definitely pick one up next time - so useful.

Oh - My - Goodness! The Million-Dollar Salads! Poor you!

That's interesting (and horrible) about the homeless kids selling stuff on the streets - we didn't see any of that down in the Garment District, but I did notice more people than I've seen in the past sleeping rough, etc...and SO MANY more of those little pop-up tables with a woman behind them selling slices of fruit. One of the many ways that NY feels like Latin America these days...hmm...


And you know I have a son, so I mean this in the most bless-his-heart way possible..."he asked her at Nando's".
Aah I loved that evening at shake shack
Haha I must put the soap tray on my list for next time
They were really good salads though and salads probably isnt the best description, Andy had a full on Indian meal
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Sounds like a great day. I understand completely the dilemma of choosing between a beer or Shake Shack shake. I will generally choose an alcoholic drink on an evening out, but Shake Shack shakes are irresistible, so many flavours and all delicious 😀
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Sounds like a great day. I understand completely the dilemma of choosing between a beer or Shake Shack shake. I will generally choose an alcoholic drink on an evening out, but Shake Shack shakes are irresistible, so many flavours and all delicious 😀
Such a hard choice haha!
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Ha, did the same with new York salads on our first trip 20 odd years ago. Yours looks much nicer! I love the park near the flat iron and will be looking into that shake shack. Thanks for some great ideas.
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Ha, did the same with new York salads on our first trip 20 odd years ago. Yours looks much nicer! I love the park near the flat iron and will be looking into that shake shack. Thanks for some great ideas.
Haha glad its not just me then! I did love shake shack
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