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At work this week, we had a guy visit from Dallas, TX.  He got here over the weekend and Monday when we came into work, he informed us that he had been pickpocketed in Chinatown. Everyone was shocked and he was especially concerned because he needed his ID to get on a plane to go home. He cancelled his credit cards and filed a police report.

Today we find out that he wasn’t pickpocketed after all. Apparently, he lost his wallet in a cab. The next day his wallet turned up at his hotel (someone found his room key with the hotel name) and it was waiting for him at the front desk completely intact.

This makes me incredibly happy because now the guy has a great story to tell people about his visit to New York City.

Restaurants Open Christmas Day in NYC

Here is a list of restaurants open on Christmas Day. I won’t be here, but one year I had dinner at Woh Hop in Chinatown. It was delicious.

http://www.opentable.com/promo.aspx?m=8&ref=8782&pid=6

Holidays in the city

It’s the time of year for the holiday windows! I snapped these by the office today at Saks Fifth Avenue. Enjoy!

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New York City is #269 of…

…the most dangerous cities in the U.S.

#1? ST LOUIS, MISSOURI. Ha!

The 25 Most Dangerous Cities in the U.S. Are Mostly Nice Places

AP

Proof: NYC is not scary!

Texas isn’t scary either

4:15pm Wednesday
Waiting for my flight to Dallas, Texas!


5:20pm
Waiting on the plane behind some one with WAY too much cologne.

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My mom sent me a link to this article from my Uncle.

It’s really quite amazing.

http://blogs.denverpost.com/captured/2010/07/13/captured-new-york-city-from-above/

Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village

Statue of Liberty

Central Park