The Fox & the Grapes Bed & Breakfast
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... I've eaten my body weight in NY pizza (sooo good) and joined Faye in dribbling ribs all down my face, admired thousands of runners complete the NY marathon (including a woman who had had an unfortunate accident of the number 2 variety whilst running), froze to death in an out-of-season Coney Island (but ate Nathan's Hotdogs which made up for it), went on a Brooklyn food tour and saw amazing views of the Brooklyn Bridge and learnt that Jay-Z was named after 2 ...
... me- a drive to his house. This is the place where G.Bush had his education. Just a marvellous master piece. Enjoyed the entire 2 day stay - did not even know how the time passed by. Nippa Aunty had prepared delicious Indian food. In the afternoon for Payal's work went to the very famous Greenwich library. The library was just filled ...
... had spent 3 hours getting to the pick up we were at. Yesterday it took us one hour to get there and we assumed it was due to traffic disruption related to the Presidents visit. We completed the downtown route, the highlight of which was going past the set of United Nations buildings. A quick walk back to get changed into warmer clothes for the rest of the evening to do the Hop On Hop Off night tour - even though tonight was 18' - and to meet Lisa at the bus pick up point at ...
... on the sidewalks on 6th Avenue between 25th and 30th Streets.
A couple of its historic icons include the Chelsea Hotel built in 1848 and the Macy's store dating back to 1858.
In more recent times Chelsea has been revitalised with its harbour side parklands and piers undertaking major face lifts and new leases of life!
Closeby in the Meatpacking District at about 23rd Street is the ...
... some pics and discover there is an Apple Store on the upper level of the main hall- they have really iconic locations, we also found one under the Louvre in Paris. Anyway, we admire the building for a while and read about how they were going to demolish the facade and parts of the terminal to modernize it in 1968 but fortunately, there was some opposition and the strongest was from Jacqueline Kennedy who fought to retain the building for future generations. Luckily she ...