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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... we bought the city pass for the attractions. Saved a lot of money and helped guide the decision making process since we had a list of attractions it covered. Great public transport network. People in general seemed fairly rude. The girl that sold me my nerds at toys r us ignored me for 2 minutes while she finished sending a text message. The food was good but didn't blow my mind. In fairness I didn't go anywhere too expensive and did have the Glutard factor in play. ...
... 2, 2014 - It was a freaking cold, cold day with 30 MPH winds. So much so NYRR had to take down lots of signs and even the start arch and wheelchair racer started after the bridge. The All-American race began for me at 4 AM to take the Subway for 1 hour to its end. (not even the closest line because it was being repaired - aka I survived a 4:30 AM walk in Harlem...he he) I jumped on the Ferry to Staten Island, the start. I met a ton of people from everywhere in the world with so ...
I got invited to go pick apples which is the done thing around these parts (NY State), and of course I said....'hell yeh'. But...before that happened, a few other things did...and here's the scoop. On Friday past, my new friend Sarah generously loaned me her bike to bomb around the city on. After finishing a blog entry from a Starbucks downtown near Wall Street, I then made my way to her apartment to get the bike and goodies. She kindly left ...
... a rendition of 'I Feel Pretty' but sadly it didn't happen.
The 9/11 Memorial & Museum was incredibly humbling, we knew we would be affected by it, but not quite as much as we were. I had goosebumps throughout, & not just because of the air-con. For me, it was seeing the personal artifacts, photographs of people & listening to to heart-breaking final voice-mails to loved ones that made me crumble. Four hours later, which ...
We went to Greenich Village today and walked the Highline - an old overhead train track that's been turned into garden walkways. We saw Google's building on the way. We also finally found a decent sized grocery store and Kate discovered it had a walk in fridge - it was huge! Then we went to Chelsea Market which has a great, quirky feel to it. Had Thai for lunch there - Kate's green curry nearly burned ...