Madison Suites Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Sheila is writing today’s blog:
Well, we went to New York City with a dog in the stroller, embarrassing is the only word to use. Got to the ferry and found out Mousse didn’t need to use it on the ferry, so he laid out on the floor and got all the attention he could. Walking in New York with this dog takes a while, nobody can
walk by him without a “Can I pet him?” He was very popular. ...
... of photos and
selfies, may never come back and this was on the bucket list.
We caught the ferry back, landing on
the New Jersey side at just before 3.30pm. Would highly recommend the
tour to those travelling here. My tips though are to go early in
Summer as it is too hot waiting in lines to board the ferry etc...
later in the day. Also, if you are driving even a car, catch the
ferry from the Jersey Side as parking in NYC is slim. ...
... three rooms, all tiny - kitchen living and bedroom. Walked back past two solid blocks of little jewellers' shops, hopped on the train to Times Square where we stood in a queue for 1 1/2 hours to get tickets for Matilda for 30% off. Walked several blocks to see St Patrick's which is built of pale cream stone and has beautiful patterned spires. Inside the front was covered with scaffolding. Dinner at the Un Deux Trois cafe, a very nice quiche. ...
To curry points in advance, so she would forgive us for leaving, we took Paloma to a local playground. She loves slides of every shape and size, climbing up steps all by herself, which gives her daddy exercise in making him run around the equipment to make sure she stays on course and doesn't wander off one of the gaps in the railings. She is fortunately quite good about staying put when told, for the most part, and the only bang up was when her daddy ...
... at the Village Vanguard, we did manage to rise early enough on Tuesday morning to be on the doorstep of MoMA when it opened for members. I joined last time I was in NY, as a more cost effective way of paying for our students, who don't qualify for reductions. I was able to buy them 'guest' tickets, and also get a reduction in the bookshop. Since then I've kept up my membership which was very handy to get into the gallery early, with George as my guest, avoiding the queues ...