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Trip Report Reporting Back - Day Trip NYC

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Want to let posters know that their response/info was much appreciated.
Spent last Sunday in Manhattan to attend performance of War Horse at Lincoln Center.

Arrived Penn Station and took mclaurie's advice to travel uptown by M4 bus (fast trip at 9 AM) and got to see a bit as opposed to being underground in subway. Breakfast at Le Pain Quotidien, again thanks mclaurie. It was just right, with European style menu.

Next to Metropolitan Museum to see New American Wing and one temporary exhibit. Walked to Central Park Boathouse for a drink, then continued across Central park to Lincoln Center - thanks nyer for pointing out that it was walkable, given we could walk 1 - 2 miles.

Dinner at West Bank Cafe, based on starrs recommendation. Again, it was just right. Comfortable and quiet compared to many restaurants in the area. Very good food and great service.

Aduchamp1's Ess-a-Bagel suggestion and EuropaCafe will go on my future list.

Thank you all, Lottie

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