Upper Yorkville Suites
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... re going to the Hamptoms, why not stop in here first?” At least that’s what the blackboard said.
Then we walked back through the park and took a nap on the lawn. I told Deanne I thought it would take longer before we’d be homeless bums sleeping in the park. But a quick 15 minute nap does wonders sometimes.
We walked to and on the High Line afterwards. If you’ve never heard of this or done it, it’s absolutely ...
... a soda and a rest and then took a long Subway ride uptown back to the Hotel and dinner at Times Square. Times Square was the busiest place I have ever been. Noisy, bustling and brilliant as well as being in your face. We loved it but we knew we would have to go though it to find a place to eat, the Bella Vista wood fired oven pizza restaurant did not disappoint us. We had the best pizzas in NYC in our view and we walked them off returning to our hotel. Fantastic ...
... structured and it survived the war! In some regards, I am glad I felt sick because I don't know if I could have survived the long nightlife. Many of my friends went hard and they didn't get to see the any of the city because of the viscous cycle. I didn't particularly like my hostel because everything smelled like cig smoke and I kept coughing because of it. I did like how they guided everyone in the hostel to the nightlife so that way ...
Decided to use our tickets to the Rockefeller Building. Headed off early to beat the crowds. Good idea as it was quite quiet. Got in, no problems. Amazing views of the city. Unfortunately, it was quite hazy, so, sorry the phones are not much cop.
After, that, the girls went shopping and I returned to the hotel for some sleep.
Getting excited about the show at Carnegie Hall. Beautiful and ...
... i can take SD card from phone, but the HTC phone is a different story.) Caught a cab home which was quite reasonable.On Thursday am we did the first subway ride by ourselves (had detailed written instructions - walk down 96th to Central Park West, down the subway to the second level, and get a B train to 47/50 Rockefeller Plaza.) See? Ezy pezy! There was only one train to catch anyway. Went through the ...