Stanton House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... I detoured via the magnificent Grand Central Terminal. I never tire of visiting that building whenever I'm in New York. From there I headed back up to Broadway to take in the buzz of Times Square and theatre land.
After a cold snap, today's 8 degrees was very comfortable for a day of city walking.
On strict instructions to be back on board by 6pm, I made it with an hour to spare and went up to the Lido ...
... had lost her travel money card. We got back to the ticket office on the boat but they hadn't seen in. Went to Starbucks and Shani called the commonwealth to cancel the card. Walked down through Chinatown and little Italy and then caught a taxi back to our apartment. Got organised and then walked down the shops to buy basket guersys then went to Madison Square garden to watch the Knicks v Wizards. Had a great ...
... though that car cannot move. I reckon I'd beep my horn on my car 2-3 times a year. In NY they would beep that in a minute. It's crazy and the noise does your head in. I really don't know why you'd bother to drive here, it's faster to walk. Times Square is very impressive, lots of giant screens everywhere. They had some Sesame St characters there asking if you wanted to take pictures with them. We thought, that's nice, and ...
... we went to the upper deck, near the stern. We departed close to 10:30.
From Pier 78, the boat travels south on the Hudson River, skirts the southern tip of Manhattan Island, proceeds north on the East River, passes by the Statue of Liberty, and returns to the point of embarkation. During the trip, a very knowledgeable guide related stories about what we saw from the boat. I was struck by several things; for example, Pier 54. Pier 54 ...
Today I had to check out of the hotel and meet the girl that I am subletting my apartment from. I wasn't heading to Brooklyn until later that afternoon so I had the morning to discover more in the area. I did a little shopping at some boutiques and then ventured over to see the famous Flatiron building. Once I got there I saw another place on my must see list, Eataly. This place is the brain child of Mario Batali and is a ...