The Village House

Address: 228 East 45th ST. Suite 1800 , New York City, New York, 10017, United States | Condo
 
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This condo, located in the Midtown area of New York City, is near Grand Central Terminal, Chrysler Building, Tudor City, and Hudson News.
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      Broadway Getaway

      A travel blog entry by madisonmcd on Jan 19, 2015

      2 comments

      ... Alan ******* and Emma Stone live and in person, especially since Alan ******* really invented the role of the MC when they did the revival of the show. The dancing was super fun and the other performers were equally fantastic. I loved Emma Stone's Sally Bowles. She is such a phenomenal actress and it really played well onstage. After the show we went to the stage door outside. Because it was a matinee performance Alan and Emma weren't coming outside but they did take the time to ...

      Boston to New York

      A travel blog entry by tatpak on Nov 20, 2014

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      ... only half empty), it was meant to be more like $150!!! They then called us a taxi, a big one that was meant to fit us all in, and it was meant to arrive in about 20 minutes.......... At least 45 minutes later a small 5 seater SUV arrived...... So they called another one...... It was meant to arrive in 3 minutes........... About 25 minutes later (at least) the second vehicle arrive!!! We all jumped in and off we went to our hotel in midtown Manhattan. After getting stuck ...

      The long train journey...the first of many.

      A travel blog entry by plaingoldband on Nov 02, 2014

      9 photos

      ... America. To see farms, houses, fields, rivers and water towers!

      So through NY to New Jersey...down through Delaware to Pennsylvania, DC, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina then South Carolina.

      I'm one hour out of Charleston, SC. It is dark outside and for someone who has done nothing but sit on her backside, occasionally walk to the cafe car and gaze out of the window at America passing by...I'm pretty knackered.

      I better get used to ...

      It got busier. and my beard grew thicker

      A travel blog entry by adamjrowe on Aug 27, 2014

      ... i got the kid into pirography - he burnt a willow tree on the top. i enjoyed woodshop in session 3 - i persuaided 3 campers to buy wood burning irons when they get home.BURN! mmmmmm woood smoke.
      one of the lazy days in session 3 we went into hancock again, saw a film and swam across the delaware river - the current was strong. we sat on a rock on the other side away from any buildings. nick then swam accross clutching a 6 pack of bud. it was bliss.

      session 4 ...

      Grand Central, Tiffany & Co and Thunderstorms

      A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 15, 2014

      8 photos

      ... on this site since 1871 the current building was opened in 1913. It is the biggest station in the world by number of platforms. There are 44 platforms, over two levels, servicing 67 tracks. There are also restaurants, retail stores and a gourmet and fresh food market. Arriving from 42nd Street we entered through Vanderbilt Hall, named for the family that built and owned the station. Previously the main waiting room for the terminal, it ...