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New York 2017 – Day five

February 23, 2017
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New York 2017 – Day five

Do read more about our New York 2017 trip in our blogs: Day four,  Day three,  Day two, Day one (part two) and Off to New York!

Happy Christmas everyone!

As the group have been so good…Santa left packets of sweets outside their rooms.

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It’s Secret Santa time in New York!

A sack of presents was taken to breakfast and we all enjoyed the secret Santa guessing game.

Wearing Christmas jumpers we all went ice skating in central park..no ‘Torvill’ or ‘Dean’s’ but lots of fun.

Tiffany’s next…and some lovely purchases made 🙂

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Tiffany fans!

Next the art deco masterpiece…Radio City Music Hall.

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In the Radio City powder room

We were really fortunate to be able to go on the stage!

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Standing on the Radio City Music Hall stage!

In the evening..Brooklyn and ‘let’s go Violets’ as we supported the NYU men’s volleyball team to a big win.

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Post game with the NYU volleyball squad

Overall an awesome day!

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