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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pointless. Have been twice before and am "museumed out". Instead we had a delightful lunch at Jean Georges. After lunch caught the train down to 9/11 memorial as it was not finished when we visited in 2011. Was very moving. Also, very warm in the sun. Will be better when the trees have grown. Home to collapse and watch Netflix at the apt. We are only having lunch these days, still trying to negate the effects of eating our way ...
... us poor pensioners was $29.00. This involved lining up for ticket for over an hour and a half and then joining a queue for around another hour before getting into a lift to the top.
For $55.00 you can purchase an Express Ticket. This takes you to the front of the line, enables you to use Express Ticket elevators and gets you to the top in around five minutes.
We opted for the Express experience and up we went.
... We made it with plenty of time to catch the quick connection, but since we had checked a bag we opted to just spend the hour and a half for the booked flight down to San Juan. We walked around trying to find breakfast - everything was expensive as heck which made me happy PDX at least tries to keep companies charging normal prices for food. We ended up at a ...
... is to be able to enjoy drinks looking at a fantastic view but the Sky Terrace didn’t really have one. After a quick mojito (as it took literally about 30mins to get served) we went for dinner at Ruth’s Chris steakhouse. NY restaurant week is back on meaning that you can eat in some restaurants off a special menu consisting of 3 courses for $38 which is great value. We had been to Ruth’s Chris with ...
... gathering is a chance to invite those serving and those being served together in a sensational recognition of our common identity, and our common humanity. It's not about "community service" or even "helping others" nearly so much as it is about creating something deeper, fuller, and longer-lasting - community. In a special and unique way we will have the privilege this evening to be a part of this awesome celebration...just us, and 400 of our closest ...