The Wanderers Inn
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... Broadway and Seventh Avenues. The name Broadway is now used to describe the theatre shows - 'going to a Broadway show', even if it's on another street in the area!
After the Great Depression, and then the Second World War, Times Square became a very sleazy place, and remained so for many years. But since the 1990s 'clean up' it is a much more
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This morning we woke up at Sheldon's house, had breakfast and headed for Manhattan. We went to the Empire State building where we looked at the beautiful flowers all around the city. After that we went to the gorgeous Bryant park. We sat outside next to the beautiful fountain and ate lunch. it was a really cool place because there was a bunch of games that you could play and lots of cafes and restaurants nearby. Next we walked to ...
... thing though was the girls, all stunning with legs up to their necks in sparkly costumes and high kicking in perfect synchronicity. Our favourite was the Tin Soldiers dance where they were shot by a cannon and then painstakingly slowly all fell down like domino’s. Just amazing!
Well and truly feeling the Christmas Spirit, we headed over to check out the giant Christmas tree display at the Rockefeller Centre (crazy crowds!) before hitting Little Italy (try saying that ...
... lounge. Finally, after my mom was nearly done packing, I descended to the ground floor to check out at 11:45 am. We waited in the lobby for the shuttle as I checked up on Facebook. When the shuttle finally arrived, we filed in with other guests and were off to Terminal C of DFW.
My mom whispered that we shouldn't tip this time, and I agreed, especially since I didn't think I had any singles left! When we arrived at the terminal, we grabbed our luggage and quickly ...
... the statue of Liberty, and I saw from far the lines for going into the statue, no thank you!
The sun was shining, I enjoyed the view, seeing this helicopter parking, the skyline of south Manhattan, Governor Island and finally Staten Island.
Once there, just walking ... and I see this museum, where they tell the story of the ferries over the years, this whole exposition about the Cicata (cigale in French, ...