Harbor House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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I forgot to mention an incident that happened last night as we were getting ready to see our good friend Helen Mirren in her play The Audience. I may have mentioned that Sioux is not very technical at the best of times,that's my department. As she was pulling out the plug for her hairdryer, I don't have that luxury, all the lights and power went off in the bathroom. I wouldn't normally worry but it was my 5 minute window for the bathroom, ...
... again for a longer chat. They are here soaking up the music and having lessons. We spent the afternoon traipsing around NY looking at hostels and hotels which are being considered for our next choir tour to NY, planned for December this year. It was interesting and very helpful to see the places rather than just go by photos. I was impressed by the courtesy of every one of the people who kindly spent time, talked to us and showed us a variety of rooms. We did make it back ...
... the photos below. It was nice to escape from the hustle of New York, light a candle and reflect on the last few months.
Lots of walking today! we walked up and down 5th avenue and Park avenue to see the sights and marvel at the fantastic apartments, ending up at the Met. (taxi back)...
The Met was an experience to rival no other museum I have ever been in, ancient Egyptian and ...
A nice East Asian food restaurant. It is small outlet across the road on the 7th Avenue and thanks to Vidhi. She has come over to stay for one weekend. She wanted to explore NY. Good to have some one with whom I can talk after my office hours. Been mum for almost 4 weeks . Took a stroll walk ...
... rise. I have a new hero, or heroine, should I say, viz. Miss Trunchbull. Her performance had many a redeeming feature. It was an excellent show, combining the now typical mix of music, song, visual trickery, pyrotechnics and stage manipulation. Fast paced and entertaining. Most enjoyable.
At the end of this matinée it was turning dark in Times Square and decidedly cold. To warm up we called in at Macy's and pretended to be serious shoppers for a while. Then ...