Chelsea Spot Hostel
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... nice(ish) looking $20 ones which would do the trick, and were pretty please we could stop our search after one shop.
We then took the subway back up to 5th Avenue so Jess could finish grabbing a few presents before we left New York. By this stage we were pretty tired, so took the subway for the last time back to our hotel. Just to prove that I've memorised the stations on our Red ...
... and then up to the observation deck which is on the 102 floor. Great views from there, the pictures can speak for themselves. It was not a sunny day and was calling for rain by the end of the day.
Then we were off onto the hop on hop off tour. We took the Downtown Manhattan tour, we took the full tour before getting off. Our first stop we got off was in Greenwich Village where the TV show and Movie; Sex and the City was filmed. We had lunch at ...
... Square-the place was so much bigger than I imagined. Wondering around the city is quite surreal, I can't quite believe we've made it and that we're starting our adventure today. Sam arrived last night so we're set to head of around midday. It's only a short start to warm up, about 25 miles which will lead us to a campsite north of New Jersey...looking forward to it! Will post again when we have wifi again :) ...
... Enjoyed the view and marveled at the engineering required to build it.Headed back down from the 86th floor and ambled down Broadway towards home. Stopped off at Washington Square Park -NYU was having it's graduation today & there was a sea of Purple and Gold. Home now enjoying a well earned rest.
Tomorrow we tackle the local area of Noho, Soho, Greenwich village, Little India and the rest of the West Village.
... tip of Manhattan island. At china town stop i wandered around the area and then went to the museum of Eldridge street – this was an old synagog that was still working but also a museum, so i used my pass to get in and have a look around, then i continued to explore china town, i found another museum but it was closed (tenement museum), so i went back to the hoho bus stop and waited.
The next bus came and i got on and continued up ...