Harbor House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... rain but we did not expect the torrential down pour we saw out of the window. We still wanted to make our way to Bloomingdales and so we needed to walk quickly brought Central Park. However, we got caught and had to hide under a tree for what seemed like ages. After timing our walk between rain showers we made it to Bloomingdales having passed the New York Plaza. The shop was amazing but for the second time today I felt out ...
... Americans around us were either excited or scornful, I guess depending on their politics as his candidacy for President has been getting a lot of attention due to his comments about Mexicans. We crossed the street and we're back to the hotel. Time to get changed for the show tonight and for Donna to do a bit of packing as she flys home tomorrow. A subway to Times Square again for Phantom. The crowds for the shows outside each theatre were so ...
Swinging around the corner from the hotel, we dove underground and caught the subway to Greenwich Village. Or at least somewhere near it.
We wandered in and out of a Starbucks - Donna erring in a purchase of an iced coffee which - in this country at least - is just that. Cold coffee, no milk and with ice. She reacted with a startling display of displeasure and tossed it violently into the nearest bin. Cursing. It was quite scary.
... Building so she can soak up some Art Deco. We were even allowed into the lobby which was stunning and a lot further than we could get at the Woolworths Building. Across the road was the Grand Central Station that was very grand that had a grand central hall. Sioux unanimously decided we should walk back down 5th Avenue where all the swanky shops are. She wanted to check out Tiffanys, Cartier and Gucci but I managed to convince her they're not the real labels and are copies, the ...
... restaurant for a bit of tea and cake. Disappointingly I didn't have time to find somewhere with free wifi in the city and catch up on some emails without using up my onboard, very expensive Cunard minutes.
Dorothy joined our table tonight. She is a lone American on a table full of Brits and she struggled with Bob (1)'s Glaswegian accent and Bob (2)'s broad East Anglian accent. I suspect she may have moved to a new ...