Celeste Guest House
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... of famous rappers lived in the '80's and '90's. The buildings are recognised by the brownstone cladding, and the idea of loads of young talented people sat around on the stoops of the apartment blocks stirred my imagination. The reality was quite different, although Harlem was more like this. Bed-Stuy was sprawling and had diverse pockets of ethnicities with white people mixed throughout - few and far between. It felt as safe as any other city day and night. We soon settled ...
Booked in to Hotel Belleclaire 77th street great hotel onto under ground back into Times Square did the 4 hour full island boat trip huge thunder storm last hour great views of New York and Statue of Liberty etc
Then cued for tickets for Broadway show back to hotel then back into 42nd st Times Square to see Kinky Boots
We certainly had a wonderful time. Highlights of course was Simon appearing on American TV to the top of the rock seeing the NY skyline at night. Getting to the Crown of Liberty was interesting and amazing how small the space is at the Crown. The boys loved going to the Yankee Stadium and seeing the Yankees play Oakland Athletics and how they make a game of rounders sorry baseball last 3 hours is quite a feat! Important tip if you want to have a beer ...
... The reservation lady was extremely lovely and upgraded us to an enormous suite - the entrance to the apartment was about the size of our main bathroom - complete with kitchen, sitting area, etc. So we took the opportunity to do not a lot of anything and simply enjoy our last night of luxury before heading back to Cleveland tomorrow morning - back to reality!
... br> That evening we made our way up to the 69th floor of the Rockefeller (70th was shut due to high winds) and arrived in perfect timing to watch the sunset over Manhattan and the city lights start to twinkle in the night sky.
After the Top of the Rock we grabbed a taxi downtown to Café Wha? and had an awesome night. Thomas had been to the place before when he came out ...