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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So today was our first day to visit NYC. It dawned sunny but not overly hot (if only that had held true for our other days). We were able to hop right on a bus and get right over to Port Authority. From there, we were a little fuzzy on the subway (we should have had a paper map right from the start - the map on my iPad app was a little harder to decipher). We walked up to Bryant Park so hubby could enjoy his morning coffee that he got from a street ...
... not to ware ourselves out too much now would it!?!? So we did just that, and it was brilliant, reflective and fun; and as we left New York, silently looking out of the taxi window we realised that this would be the last taxi ride to or from an airport for a while. It would be the last time that we would get that feeling that ‘we just arrived’ or that we are leaving, full of fond memories of what we had just seen, and full of excitement and expectations of what was to ...
... get into Friday night workers going home and people heading out to shows as well as 20 Mickey Mouses, 4 Woody's, 3 Statue of Liberty's and many others, a bit like Los Vegas. The lights and electronic billboards are amazing and so bright. We are n the 18th floor and face out from the back of the building which faces the Hudson River of which we can see a small portion of it between huge buildings. It is so busy on the roads and so many ...
... workshops 'shops'. Some minority schools still do. Some middle schools still have TE programs in place.
... stuffed, but had a great day.
Oh a bit of excitement on the way back to the motel, we had a small drama. Just up the road from the hotel, somebody left a suitcase on the footpath (sidewalk as they call them here). Police sirens, flashing lights and barrier tapes everywhere. It all wound up pretty quickly, nothing but clothes on the sidewalk after they emptied the bag. Nothing like experiencing life here in ...