Carmine Street Series #2
Carmine Street Tour begins here: <A HREF="http://www.fotolog.net/ronni/?pid=7957089" TARGET=_top>http://www.fotolog.net/ronni/?pid=7957089</A>
Carmine Street Map is here: <A HREF="http://www.fotolog.net/ronni/?pid=7957089" TARGET=_top>http://www.fotolog.net/ronni/?pid=7957089</A>
What is there to say. Its an ice cream shop like every other Haagen Dazs ice cream shop. Since childhood, I have considered ice cream to be one of the seven basic food groups and as ice cream goes, Haagen Dazs is right up there close to nirvana. These days there are many choices of toppings and varieties of milkshakes in the Haagen Dazs shops, but unfortunately for them, in my neighborhood there is a local brand of ice cream (and sorbet) that will spoil you forever and its just around the corner, only three short blocks away on Bleecker Street. If youre ever in the neighborhood, dont miss Cones: <A HREF="http://www.fotolog.net/ronni/?photo_id=7686740" TARGET=_top>http://www.fotolog.net/ronni/?photo_id=7686740</A>
On July 16 2004 3 Views
Storyville On 20/07/2004
these are nice little slices of life : - )
Secrettweeker On 20/07/2004
great shot now i want ice cream...
Bandman On 18/07/2004
I have known Haagen Dazs and I have known Better Dazs as well. I satisfy myself with salads with zero calorie dressing these days and have lost 45 pounds and feel better than I have in ages. The quick fix of ice cream has been sacrificed for the long-term gain of looking younger and feeling healthier. Now I am mistaken for Rachel`s father. My goal is to be mistaken for her brother!
Zinetv On 18/07/2004
I actually walked Carmine Street last Saturday to get a preview of what you might post. Carmine Street changes more than most Village streets. The commercial landmarks I knew from the early seventies are mostly gone. But oddly enough, even though it haschanged, it still "feels" the same.
Williambernthal On 16/07/2004
Hi Ronni -- I`ve been hopping around Bleecker street on your flog for a while, but I`d missed the Cones encomium ... i`ll have to make a trip there soon. The best ice cream I`ve had thus far in New York was from Custard`s Last Stand which had stores in the World Financial Center Winter Garden before 9/11, on eighth street for a while and then at Grand Central but appears now to have fled the city altogether.
Yolima On 16/07/2004
Hello Ronni, you are back. How are you?It seems like you were gone for quite a while.Nice to have you back. Now i am leaving tomorrow for 2 whole weeks. Camera yes, but no computer!
Hamlet On 16/07/2004
And we`re off!
Go2mo On 16/07/2004
What a very low key Haagen Dazs! We`ve got a couple of them here, but they are quite fancy. I love their ice creams. :-)
Pellegrini On 16/07/2004
Bdawg On 16/07/2004
great series you got going on there!
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