BEST WESTERN Bayside Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... each later, we left refreshed from the complementary water, with our green bags in hand. Headed back to time square to try and get one a bus trip called the ride, but it was booked out so looked at the theatre night markets and head back to bubbly Gumps for another meal of shrimp and cocktails. We really wish we had a pedometer as we are sure by the feel of our feet we walked at least a couple days with of steps today, as we have done every ...
... estate building is everything you expect but bigger but now even that is dwafted buy some of the newer towers. That being said I still had to take the trip to the top just to say I had done it. From the top you can see pretty much all of the New York state and it makes you realise just how big this country is. Continued to head south past the 911 memorial down to the ...
We had a late start today after getting to bed around 1am last night. A bit say looming so we enjoyed lolling around in the hotel air conditioning for as long as possible. Donna had downloaded a walking tour of the West Village and so we caught the subway down and found the starting point of the tour. We walked through this charming neighbourhood, home of Friends and Carrie Bradshaw. The streets in this part of town are very narrow, some cobblestone due to the period in which ...
... crew was less than impressed. I got a constant "is it finished yet? Is it finished yet", "can we go now?", "when can we go?". When it became apparent that the time was not nigh, the cat's bum face appeared. An so it went on until.... we got to the last room with a couple of large installations. The first was a white wall with black cutouts depicting characters involved in behaviour not ideally suited to children...... next door was ...
... huge and airy and relaxed, packed with day trippers and guys with paper-bag booze. As I took pictures of the desolate Manhattan skyline from the back of the boat, inevitably I found myself thinking about the foundations of America, immigration and Ellis Island. What fear, poverty and hopelessness must have galvanised such sea voyages? How corrupt, capricious and tyrannical the Old World must have been? Sometimes I get caught up in the issues of today- the ...