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    Loopy Doopy rooftop bar

    Bucket List item #2458 – Loopy Doopy rooftop bar On the tippy top of the Conrad Hotel, sixteen stories above the streets of Manhattan, lives an unassuming little rooftop bar. It’s not fancy or grand like many elevated drinking establishments, but you will discover nirvana. The beautiful view will bestow some smiles, but the drinks? Those will leave you in ecstasy. Any time I add an item to the bucket list via some sensationalist news media source, I’m always weary. Just because a food item is larger than life does not mean it’s the best. It’s a novelty, so I went into Loopy Doopy thinking as such. What I found…

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    An Adventure in Garden City

    Once upon a time, on a Saturday afternoon, two friends journeyed to a far away land. Beyond Manhattan, over the East River, through Brooklyn and even Queens, the girls ventured to the unknown: Garden City.   In true Lynzi-fashion, whilst perusing Eventbrite, I found tickets to a Victorian tea party. The location: The See House (I think it serves as the church rectory for the Cathedral of the Incarnation). All I could see was Victorian high tea for $30. I mean, that’s cheap! A little Googling provided a street view of a lovely church and an adorable Victorian home. It looked legit, despite my inability to find any other images…