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The Perils of Leaving Home...

When Southerners leave home- they face certain perils that have to do with customs, language barriers, expectations and leading a sheltered life. I’m talking about travel within the continuous United States, not abroad. 1,467 more words


It was just here!

We first visited New York in 2007.  The charm of the old fashioned Deli shops was something that caught our fancy and endeared this city to us. 199 more words

Some Day, Some Day

The Carnegie Deli is gone.

Jamie and I ate there all the time when we were first dating; we alternated going there with the Chinese place next door. 673 more words


Hello everyone! James here, Lydia’s boyfriend. I have had the fortune of sampling a lot of the recipes and ideas Lydia and Hayley have worked on over the last few years and now they have asked if I would like to contribute a guest blog. 918 more words


R.I.P. Carnegie Deli, 1937-2016

Carnegie Deli closes doors, serves last hot pastrami sandwiches – NY Daily News

Fans lined the sidewalk late into the night for a last bite at the restaurant. 235 more words

New York NY: Say Bye Bye To The Carnegie Deli

After surviving 80 years that included economic depression, world war and overeating tourists, the famed eatery across the street from Carnegie Hall is no more. Just hours before the new year began, after nostalgic customers swarmed in for one last enormous pastrami on rye, the deli’s doors on Manhattan’s Madison Avenue closed forever. 130 more words

13 Things NOT To Do in New York

Get more Tips here! http://www.destinationtips.com New York City is often referred to as the greatest city in the world and we can see why. Just the energy alone is magnetic. 26 more words

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