This is a collection of manly accessories in the gift shop. Lynda spotted a walking stick that looked quite nice, but it must have been made with parts of an extinct creature to be priced at over $2000.
Walking down 5th Avenue shows all the premium brands in their glory, from Tiffany to Louis Vuitton, and a shiny Armani store with video graphics. Louis Vuitton had a gilded dinosaur skeleton in the window, but of course I have one at home.
Barneys have a very amusing cafe, utilising the Microsoft table technology one sits on a long bench and can choose food and the fashion catalogue from an interactive menu. Wasn't amusing enough though, so we beat a retreat to Central Park in search of a chili dog for $3.
We took the train back ("The Names of the Stations are Written on the Subway Walls")
and stopped for a coffee at Think (which has a huge and partly deserved reputation). Back home for Guinea Fowl, and a quiet night in watching god-awful American TV just for the irony.