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Superbe appartement dans une rue agréable, tout près de Times Square et Broadway. Personnel très aimable et serviable.
Petit bémol, la vaisselle est réduite à son strict minimum.
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Friday night was fun and Saturday spent doing a variety of things, mostly nothing. Shopping, a little meandering and generally soaking up NYC. The 911 memorial and museum was visited by few and from all accounts awesome. Dinner at Mortons last night and a couple of photos attached. We have now officially started the handbag category for each blog. …
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... which meant you couldn't walk up around the concourses and this would be part of its appeal. We did however see the static displays of real art - i'm sure we would have enjoyed a display more. No photos allowed, except for in the lobby, which hopefully will show the concourses.
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