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Sensory Overload – Day Six

DAY SIX: We were to meet in the lobby at 8:30 for an excursion to Kykuit, the Rockefeller family estate. Knowing we wouldn’t be eating for a few more hours, I decided to walk the streets and look for an eatery where I could get a couple breakfast sandwiches to take with us on the […]

Sensory Overload – Day Five

We were treated to a continental breakfast at Tony DiNapoli’s restaurant, a few steps from our hotel. Our guest speaker was a famous playwright, Jeff Sweet who regaled us with stories behind the plays on Broadway; the writers and actors. It was very interesting, and we all wished we could have heard more from him. […]

Sensory Overload – Day Four

At 9 a.m. we were whisked to the Carnegie Deli, famous for their family-dining experience. They opened their doors in 1937, in mid-town Manhattan, across from Carnegie Hall, and are now in their third generation of owners. They are touted for making the best sandwiches in the world; I can’t attest to that but I […]

Sensory Overload – Day Three

Again with the pitiful look to the waiter at 6 a.m. The good news is I did complete about three books in my iPad, but the bad news was the check price went up exponentially each day. But, the coffee was excellent! Next we bundled into the tour bus and headed for the “Players Club” […]