Best Western Westfield Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with the most brilliant sunshine. And away we went...with 35 million others who were waiting for the same sunshine. The line up for the Empire State Building was 4 hours and stretched around almost to where it started at. So those who thought they'd got the edge, headed for the Rockefeller Building....with the other 35 million and the other 4 hour wait. But,meanwhile in Central ...
... Our nights were a haze of gigs, bars, Broadway, stand up, and restaurants. Time slipped by so quickly it was frightening. To give an account of our time here with any sort of detail would require volumes. Instead I'll just briefly describe the bits of New York that really stuck with me. The smells: The stink of rubbish and sewers mixed with expensive perfume. The lights: Ezra Pound once said of New York: "No urban night is like the night ...
... stunning view of NY - as if there was ever going to be any doubt!!! It was grey, a little blowy and just a touch cool up there, but again the view made you forget all of that.
Now if any of you know me well, you will all know that heights is not a big thing for me! And when you put me on a balcony at a hotel, you would know that it is not my favourite place in the world to be. I headed outside ...
... Ferry to take in a view of the Statue of Liberty for free and just enjoy a bit of a boat ride. Dinner at a recommended bagel and coffee shop (i ate the saltiest bagel ever made) then to bed.
On our final day we had saved the best until last. Nothing but sunshine all day, we planned a day for Central Park. But first we went to a classic american diner and got grilled cheese and blueberry pancakes, because you just got to. Then a stop at Grand Central ...
We awoke on our first morning and mercifully the storm has cleared, and is replaced by brilliant blue sky. The hotel apparently lied how close we were to Manhattan, but with the help of our roommate who worked in Manhattan, we found the station and headed downtown. The buildings there are absolutely ridiculous. As we walk towards the World Trade Centre, the building continue to rise in a strange concrete and glass ...