The Gracie Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Shake Shack without having a shake right? Got a chance to try the frozen custard as well, which was awesome. I will be back!
Shake Shack was surprisingly close to my hotel, I wished I discovered it earlier along with the neighborhood beyond Broadway. After grabbing my suitcase, it was off to Penn Station to grab my shuttlebus to Newark Airport in Jersey. The ride is $16 and much simpler than taking Amtrak and all, I'd definitely recommend it if you have ...
... out what happened and gave us buffet breakfast vouchers for our remaining mornings of our stay. The buffet is not included with this hotel and is extremely expensive, so we had not bothered. Dale came back up to the room getting everyone up, Daddy bought home the goods, we're having breaky!!!! We headed down for breaky and got seated (this is no free for all where you sit anywhere) we don't really fit in here, it's a very...... upmarket hotel!! Yeah ...
... last row. He spoke os his girlfriend being well aware what distance does to even the strongest love. After about 5 hours I fell asleep with my head on this legs while he stroked my hair. Just perfect. Before we disembarked we swapped information and began e mailing each other, adding each other to Facebook too. As the years past we slowly lost touch. I have no clue what he's up now but we're still facebook friend and send X mas notes as it was at the time we met. Nummer 3 was at ...
... br> We then caught the HOP ON HOP OFF BUS to do the Uptown Loop.
We went back to APPLEJACK'S DINER for dinner on the corner of 55th & 7th Ave. This diner is frequented by many famous people whose photos are all over the walls. The service and food is really good. Peter had Yankee Bean Soup & ribs with mashed potato & Green beans and I had Moussaka & Greek salad with 2 glasses of wine each. Cost ...
We leave the museum and take a walk down 5th Avenue, along Central Park. The rain has cleared so we enjoy some sunshine and the sights of 5th Ave. The fancy schmancy condos, FAO Schwartz where we saw the Big piano but the line was too long for us to be bothered to have a go, the Plaza hotel, the fancy schmancy shops such as Tiffanys, Armani and Gucci.
We round a corner and see St Regis. I've always wanted to have desert there so we go in. We are sooooo under ...