Jones Street Guesthouse
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... has a fancy Restraunt looking over the lake to the downtown New York, it also has a cafe at the back where you can look over the heads of the people eating their a la carte food at the view, eating as we did, hot dogs and chilli beans like we did for a fifth of the price. Really bizarre but good the place catering for two such diverse customers!!! Shona also decide to have a nibble of bens muffin which also happened to contain walnuts, never good when you have a allergic ...
... all those who passed in the tragedy. Very moving place and the water had a calming effect, the new World Trade Centre loomed overhead and it was hard to imagine two buildings of that size had previously existed where now there was only giant holes in the ground. A brief stop at the bull of Wall Street where Lisa and I got to rub it’s giant, shiny golden balls for luck before onto the Empire State building for the final sightseeing stop, a stunning art deco style building from ...
... of the building. This year the 90 second show included 3D elements that you could see through 3D glasses. We were lucky that some people stood next to us lent us their glasses. After battling the huge crowds we returned to the flat and decided to take the weight off and indulged in some episodes of House (a medical drama series starring Hugh Laurie).
On Saturday Dad and I headed off to go clothes and ...
... Times Square and our hotel. Manhattan is extremely easy to navigate around. It's all numbers with "streets" going across Manhattan and "avenues" going up and down Manhattan and then you have Broadway which curves famously somewhat down the middle. Where Broadway interests with 7th Avenue and has the crossing of about 42nd to about 48th Streets is the general hub of Times Square. Our hotel is on the corner of 47th and Broadway, the busiest part of Times ...
... very glad of my coat even though I had no jumper on underneath. We went over the Manhattan Bridge and again the view was …wow what a view. It was beautiful.
We finished the tour at 8.30pm and had Burger King for Dinner; It’s amazing that the menus are completely different to Burger King/Hungry Jacks at home. Geoff was trying to work out why we had such a big serve of fries and such a large drink, then realised that the locals only buy the small meal, we were ordering ...