Jumel Terrace Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... were seated straight away. The restaurant serves family sized plates so you share a bit like tapas. In total we shared 6 plates with the overwhelming favourite (of a very high quality meal selection) being the lobster tacos. I don’t think any of us will be forgetting them any time soon. The meal was finished with some milkshake shots which were fun. The ladies loos at the restaurant were so weird as there was a bar and a seating ...
John D. Rockefeller Jr. gave a lot of his pocket money and they started building the Cloisters in 1935. It was built to resemble a medieval building and incorporates architectural features of the period which set off the collection perfectly.
The collection is of stained glass, furniture, sculpture, tapestries, paintings, manuscript illustration and metalwork. There is a lot of religious work, but not solely.
Peter and I were shattered after yesterday. We slept till 10am, then Peter went back to bed after breakfast. Unheard of for him. He was so tired and his body was aching. We must be getting old. We've been averaging about 10kms per day walking.
Had a great stretch and massage ball session on my poor aching body and a hot shower. Felt a bit better.
We left the apartment at 2pm and went to 52nd St & 8th Ave Starbucks for a ...
The last two days have been spent planning how we will get to Washington next week! We have done a lot of research and walking to stations, bus stations then had the brilliant idea that hiring a car for the day would kill plenty of birds with one stone. Initially, we had planned to spend a whole day taking a train down to Philladelphia and back which would have been quite a mission, ...
... with a wonderful lobby, but their rooms are a little icky and the beds aren't exactly what you'd call comfortable. Also the TV doesn't work :P.
After checking in, we went and found lunch. We just went to the first place we saw, a place called Lindy's that was right next to the hotel. A little tip, avoid this place like the plague. The service was pretty cruddy, plus there was a hair in my food (I complained and ...