The Harlem YMCA
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... only part-time occupied by the denizens of a small group who use their 75th floor aeries as "pied-a-terres", and avail themselves of sky-high views of the park for only a month or two each year; this period's version of the Astors and Vanderbilts from Newport's gilded age.
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... they bought me one back from the states. It's not cheap though - so no, I'm not returning the favor :) It was also so hot in that shop that we both had sweat literally dripping off us - even more awkward knowing we weren't able to do washing until Washington D.C. in a few more days times! We went into Tiffany's, but unfortunately didn't last long as I happened to ask how much a gold ring was - $650-$1200, and Ryan cracked it thinking I was going to buy it. He all but dragged me ...
... 8217;s and always reminded me of “Sleepless in Seattle” and King Kong! Again masses of people to negotiate (thank god for an Express pass!) but worth the trip up to see an icon and night time views over New York. That night, we decided to hit Greenwich Village and after a few drinks at Wicked Willy’s, ended up at my namesake, Houston Hall, an Oktoberfest style restaurant come bar. On the way home back in our hood, we found a sensational wine bar where we were ...
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