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They chargd us something like 130 for 2 nights and then 170 for one night. Book ahead somewhere else and give this one a miss
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... which is on the 24th floor and you can see,Empire State building and the a silver of the water. Luis arrived around 7:00 and was not feeling good( super shuttle). The Staybridge suites in very nice small kitchenette and king bed. There are only about 10 rooms on each floor. It is facing Penn station and our room is on the back side of the building 24th floor The wether was very pleasant and ...
... the couch for a photo, it's on Facebook obvs, just me chilling with all my friends haha which is no one, loner!!!!!! I was just clicking my camera like a mad women I was that excited. After that I decided to wonder along bleeker st to the Chelsea markets, a bit of a stroll but I love wondering the streets and bleeker is awesome, I'd be living in that area for shizz if I lived here. It's all very sex and the icy ...
... half of Brooklyn had the same idea. It was slow going and I knew the clock was ticking.
Finally, got through the mass of tourists, runners, bikers and Lunch hour strollers after about another half hour and thought Lunch was going to have to wait as I get nervous with hard deadlines approaching.
Just then, I passed by an inviting pizza place that was doing a brisk business. Throwing caution to the wind, I went in and ordered a couple of slices. I got them to go and ...
... hot chocolate like we have had in Italy and although they try, alas, tis not the same! We still manage to stuff our faces comprehensively. From here we head back uptown because I want to go to 230 on 5th Avenue (I was going to try and go there last night on my birthday, but it was too much effort). On the way, we stop off at the Flatiron Building which is an iconic weirdly shaped skyscraper. It too has an interesting history, but I love the way it looks like a Monopoly piece. ...
... Farmer' - wound our way through the kitchen, up the stairs to the second storey where we had a table by the window, overlooking the tree lined street and able to see the queue forming to get in for breakfast/brunch. The cutest little ...