Ink48 - a Kimpton Hotel
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... anything else during our stay, ha ha!) declared us students, eligible for a huge discount on top of the discount we were already getting, and easy peasy, we had great, and very cheap tickets for the nights show! As big gay Gary would say “oh my gaawwwwwd, I just love the English!” Bless him. The show that night was as camp as Gary, it was all teeth and tits, with the male dancer’s costumes tighter than the girls. We had a laugh, almost gagged on the $50 price ...
... my eyes.
What a marvellous job they have done in the years since our last visit. It is a fitting tribute to those lives lost in that nonsensical act of terrorism.
Freedom Tower stands erect and proud, reaching for the heavens. The mist that covered her today seemed appropriate. It was as if the building was disappearing through the clouds and reaching into the sunshine.
The Reflection Pools are a fitting tribute to those ...
... and Madison Square Gardens taking in all the sights. A plethora of police personnel but apparently they were out to secure an Aids concert later in evening. Arrived with early folk but time to eat some great dogs and burgers and take in warmup. Great tribute to Marty St Louis who had scored his 1000th goal earlier in ...
Spent yesterday checking out Times Square and shopping. Walked through the Theatre District and saw all the massive billboards advertising the plays - Erin - you would've loved it. The traffic is amazing here, everyone is so inpatient and beeps their horn if you take less than half a second to move your car at the lights. Then you have full-on gridlock and no one can move anywhere, yet they will still beep the car ahead of ...
... and an oyster bar on the side. We saddled up there and watched with wonder at the shuckers and weird dynamics of the institution. A waiter got in a fight (verbal) with a shucker, our heavily accented waiter looked disgusted when we ordered 6 of the Bluepoint oysters (recommended by the local next to us since we were from Wisconsin!), and the guy at the soup station appeared to be mentally ill. We ordered a dozen including the Bluepoints and after watching ...