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- Non-smoking rooms
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... with no where to cool off! Went to check out the Plaza Hotel (home alone) Gee I remember like yesterday walking into that foyer with you 4 all those years ago. Thought we might get a tea and cake there but at $65 per head we decided we really didn't need to be that extravagant - especially since we had enjoyed many a "high tea" on the Queen Mary We had a nice lunch in "Bill's grill and Burgers " Will tried a New York hotdog and I had sliders and it was ...
... cleaning all the glass they start again. Much like painting the Sydney Harbour Bridge! On our way back to the hotel we stopped at a Toys r us store at the end of our street. We were amazed to see a Ferris wheel 3 stories high in the entrance to the store. I wasn't tempted to take a ride, but plenty of others did. We had dinner at lovely Italian restaurant and wandered up to Times Square to take one last look at the tourist centre of New ...
A quick whizz through Penn Station, soon sees us at the all too familiar Taxi rank on 7th Avenue. The queue, thankfully, isn’t as massive as last time we were here though. We do get harassed by a yellow cab that looks like he’s at the front of the queue, but when we say where we are going he quotes some ridiculous amount. We know our destination ...
... to need the extra room! Downside of having to pack for both snow/cold and warm weather, but unavailable. There's no way I could have survived in Canada or NYC without my winter gear. Given I had previously been to the Rockefeller Center and the 'Top of the Rock' on my previous visit, I wasn't going to go there again. But given I was already in the area and it was early, I decided to again. Glad I did. It's such a great view of NYC and surrounding areas, ...
... police officers that had been killed that week.
We left St. Patricks and headed back towards Grand Central Station. Charles whisked us into Saks Fifth Avenue which actually terrified me to be in such an expensive store. I love that he does not care and just starts picking up things, $150 mittens, Prada purses, etc. and showing them to me. I'm afraid we're going to get kicked out for being the poor people.