The Gracie Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... home of the famous cronuts. The streets began to look familiar and I realized I once traversed this very street before on my last stop in NYC - bringing back memories and giving me a better grounding of my surroundings.
We would continue on through Little Italy, stopping at well know Ferrara's for a treat as we heard more about early Italian immigrants to the city. People from the same town living in the same buildings, it seemed as if people were uplifted from Italy ...
... we imagined......better. Today we are off to New Jersey to see Lions V Jetts in a Gridiron, all very excited, a 25degree day. We've been really lucky with the weather. Yesterday, Paul took the boys to find the NFL shop and as they were walking through Times Square, Paul ...
... up with Steph, Matt, Gemma, Rich and some of Steph’s friends. We all took a speedboat across the Hudson to a bar on the river called “The Honorable William Wall”. It’s a floating clubhouse of Manhattan’s sailing club and is a stone’s throw away from Governor’s Island. It consisted of two floors and had incredible views across the city. Neither Thomas nor I were quite prepared for the bar to move ...
I can't believe my time in New York is already up. I feel like I have been here forever, but at the same time I feel like that time has flown by. On my last day I decided to do a tour of downtown New York and learn all about the famous landmarks including Ellis Island. This island was used as a checking place for incoming immigrants back in the day. If you were a rich looking person and already had a destination you were sent straight to the city, but if ...
... check. They didn't look amused but didn't look too ****** off either! So we made our mark on NY when we had only been here 12 hours!
Since then we caught two Metros into town and had wonderful day sitting on the Hop On Hop Off bus seeing the sights and getting our bearings. Just having first beer and gathering energy to head out for dinner at our next local - the Cafe Luncheonette.
Having a ball and wishing all our friends were with ...