It was our last day in New York City. We went back to Little Italy for the San Genaro festival and tried some of the street food (a humongous hot dog with a spicy sausage).
We didn’t do much all day besides walking around Little Italy and Chinatown, then up to Greenwich Village where we had lunch (again) at Olio e Piu.
We went back to the hotel afterwards to relax for a few hours before going to the theater to see Phantom of the Opera.
It was a phenomenal musical. Probably…definitely one of the most spectacular shows I’ve seen with amazing costumes and stage setting. And the actors performed magnificently.
After the show, we searched for a place to eat and ended up having a late night dinner at where we ate the most delicious, gourmet burger served with thin, crispy fries. The restaurant was almost full when we were there around 11 pm.
I don’t understand why people eat that late…maybe most of them don’t do that normally. We don’t do that normally and I really don’t like to. In every sense of the word, New York really is the city that never sleeps.
We got back to the hotel just around midnight, packed and went to sleep for a few hours.