The Fox & the Grapes Bed & Breakfast
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... edge of Central Park to Columbus Circle to peer up at the Time Warner Bldg - walked back through Central Park, then all the way back to the Upper East Side via a Brazillian restaurant for a quick bite WE LOVED: - people-watching in Bryant Park on a sunny day - having a tick-list day seeing tons of major sites in the city, including the great views from atop the Empire ...
... was really cool and such a great way to get a feel for downtown Manhatten. I imagine it would be better in the springtime when all the flowers and the greenery are out but it was still a nice little green city getaway.
I had done my research previously and knew that Carrie Bradshaw's apartment from Sex and the City was only about a 15 minute walk from The Highline. I managed to drag Aaron around and eventually found number ...
... to get from one to the other. Our cab didn't show as planned, so we got the hotel to call a new one. Eventually our original cabbie showed up, 12 minutes late. He was honestly the slowest cabbie I have ever seen. He was very overweight, so took him literally minutes to get in and out of his seat, longer to load 4 bags into the trunk. It was 5:55 am, by this stage, so I wasn't stressing but was getting agitated. We had to pay for the cab in advance so I used ...
... Moore, star of Still Alice (about an academic and the onset of Alzheimer's) which opens in the next month or so. It was all great fun and we have ever so briefly been seen on US TV!! After a long day out, some great food and cocktails, and a very 'New York' Letterman experience, we enjoyed a couple of glasses of wine back at Bleecker Street. Well, I enjoyed a couple of glasses, while the Birthday Boy kept warm with a couple of bottles, I think! When I hopped into bed, the ...
... Ferry past the Statue of Liberty. We jumped back on the subway and caught it up to the other end of Central Park and we then proceeded to walk the 4km back to the other end. Due to it being winter a number of areas are actually closed and inaccessible. We wandered past the Alice in wonderland statue and Hans Christian Anderson , the lake and the boathouse and back towards 5th Avenue. We stopped by FAO Schwarz, which was crazy. People lining up to get in and ...