Today, before work, I met up with who I will call my European ladies. To make a long story short, I helped a young woman from France (we will call her Ma’ion) figure out the utterly confusing subway system. We then exchanged information and met up at Bryant Park. She brought along a Swiss woman (Andrea), her roommate from her hostel. We watched Roman Holiday, a Hepburn and Peck classic, in the park.
A couple of days later, I showed them around China Town. First, we dined on delicious dimsum at The Golden Unicorn. I highly suggest it to everyone who loves reasonably priced dumplings. Afterwards, we braved the 100 degree weather in search for nothing in particular. After checking out a few stores, I decided that I needed sunglasses. I recently began wearing contacts again, which meant I could finally wear sunglasses. The shop owner told me they were $6.00. I replied that I only had $5.00 and she accepted. Perhaps I could have haggled more, but I figured that $5.00 was a good deal.