The Gracie Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a load of stuff for tomorrow, we are aiming for grand central, Empire State building, Brooklyn bridge, Ellis and Liberty Island, ground zero and top of the rock! Should be a busy day :) We had now moved hotel as the last one was pretty terrible and so I've opted to clear house keeping out of their pillow stock and have built myself a fort. I feel rich now, We're also getting room service tonight as we are tired and cold and I'm refusing to leave my ...
... in timing was 3 hrs between the west and the east.
Reached the cold and snowing city early and took Super Shuttle which I googled up to get us to downtown Manhattan. It was a sharing service where the bus will pick up a few passengers and drop us one by one to the doorstep. Yes it takes a while and I was super surprised that it is a city of traffic just like Jakarta. Of course better. Third stop was ours, Le Parker Meridien, the hotel we were staying ...
... of you to support this cause. I am thinking to provide resources and materials from the money you donate to me rather than handing the money directly. What do you have to say about it?
Just landed New York.
Utterly grateful for Zara and Martin who woke up at wee hours and drove almost an hour to drop me..
Also, thank you Sam and Manjot for first set of contributions :)
... when there's less tourists around! A short walk from here, Guy took us to a tunnel which runs right behind the falls. There are two viewpoints where you can stand right behind the cascading water. Being so close really gives you a sense of it's power. Guy then took us down to the Hornblower boat terminal where he advised us that the front right of the ferry is the best place to stand. There was nobody else standing there when we boarded (obviously they ...
... all the way to the top.
We finally manage to climb to the top and the view is just spectacular! The good thing about tickets being limited is that we get to experience this all by ourselves with only one security guard at the top who is just lovely. We spend the next 15 minutes chatting to her and getting as many photos as we can before finally making the descent.
Kelly, you would absolutely have hated this part! We soon realised we couldn't climb ...