The Pillars of Plainfield Bed and Breakfast
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... wonderful open space with cafes, children's playground, chess and other games. Beautiful trees and gardens with lots of tables and chairs to sit at. People were put and about enjoying the beautiful weather. We sat there for quite a while just taking it all in. Free Wifi so posted some photos. A fiend of Donna's had told her that the cleanest public bathrooms in New York were in Bryant's Park. We went and they were. Donna had booked us on a night ...
... Italian restaurant in Little Italy. The cab driver that took us there was very entertaining if a little outspoken. His skill at navigating during peak hour was masterful. After a lovely dinner we took our first ride on the subway to the Empire State Building. We lined up with a large crowd, paid our money and were transported up to the 86th floor. The view was spectacular and the building is a great example of Art Deco at its ...
Sunday April 12
This morning we walk up to Time Square to get on the hop on bus. This will take us to the Empire State building which is about 15 min in traffic away from here. Today is warmer and no wind so just need one jacket, scarf and gloves. Most celebrities or people in costume on the way to Time Square are red, blue and yellow Elmo 's, 3 Woody's and a Pokemon with the usual fat ugly man in the bikinis doing a dance. Eeeeew!!!!!
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... I have no sense of direction but hell I wasn’t going to let that stop me. So my first stop was to go to Solomon R. Guggenheim museum, which contrary to the name is actually a gallery of 20th century art.
I decided to walk to the Guggenheim as I believed it would be a straight walk down 90th street……I was wrong to assume this as central park popped up, so this totally threw me off course. I finally found my ...
... markets and in the middle is an ice skating wrink, we walked around jake got a present for his dad then we sat and watched people stack it on the ice. We had dinner at Torino which was a beautiful classy Italian restaurant , I had a roast chicken dish and Jake had a carbonara, the servings were smaller then usual but delicious, we finished dinner just before 6 so we walked to Times Square to see what movies were on. At ...