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Jun 27, 1990 - Fun in New York

We had a wonderful day exploring Central Park by a horse drawn carriage. In New York City, horse-drawn carriages are a symbol of pre-modern life before the advent of motor vehicles. During this time, New Yorkers used to transport by horse-drawn carriages. As a result and over time, horses remained a symbol to New York City along with the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, the Statue of Liberty and the street-side performers. Horse-Drawn Carriages are one of the rare ways to taste the Central Park history.

The standard carriage ride...

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Jun 24, 1990 - Omni Berkshire Place

We are staying at the beautiful Omni Berkshire Place. It is only 2 blocks from of Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall and 10 minutes from Central Park by foot. It features on-site dining and a sundeck. We don’t have our car so this hotel was the perfect choice for us. We had a wonderful dinner at the Fireside Restaurant. It is part of the Manhattan Berkshire Place, serving contemporary American cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and they have 24-hour room service. :-) Let the fun begin.

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