The Bronx Guesthouse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... good starting point for this year.
I've also started to make some really great friends. And I'm not just saying that to suck up to them because they don't know about this blog. I have made 5 solid friends and it feels as if I've known them for years when, in reality, it's been a couple of weeks. Actually, one of those friends played for the Oregon Ducks women's rugby team, one of my team's rivals! And I actually like her, which is crazy.
At my first ...
... to Roosevelt Island. This was a nice surprise inlieu of riding up the Queensboro bridge. Roosevelt Island once housed a lunatic asylum and prison but is now a quiet and sort after residentual island with very little tarffic. We rode around the northern half of the island where Mark got a puncture here so we stirred him up while he changed the tube. Once repaired we headed over to Queens stopping ...
... 100% that night so we left Katie and John to have a romantic dinner for two at Little Owl in the West Village which they loved.
On Katie and John’s last day they did a spot more shopping in the morning and saw the library and giant piano from the film Big in the Schwarz shop. We re-grouped back at the flat and then headed down to the West Village to walk the High Line. We stopped for lunch at the Cull ...
... the pavement and walked back to our hotel to get ready to go to the theatre to see the Carole King story "Beautiful". Again walking we headed down through Times Square to the Steven Shonhardt Theatre. Times Square is absolutely packed at the best of times but at that this time of the day it is amazing. The massive advertising billboards are all lit up and there are so many people all pushing their way along the footpaths and it is very noisy. On the way ...
Walked East from Paula's on 9th Street - she lives in the middle of Manhattan - to the East River with views across to Brooklyn. Looked in on several community gardens and had a coffee. Lots of different playing fields near the river ...