BEST WESTERN PLUS Regency House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... this wasn't the same as the first beer, but still wasn't Goose. It was not cloudy and didn't have a lemon in it, so I said I would drink it, when another waiter turned up with a Goose. Jan and I ordered the steak tartar between us as a starter and it was very disappointing. While we were still eating it, they appeared with our main courses and seemed surprised when I told them to take it away as we were still eating the starters. When we did finish, they brought ...
... heat is taking its toll. We are getting pretty fit but the legs still complain a bit. We decided to take a cruise around Manhattan Island to see the sights from water. We tried to take a taxi for 5 but no cabs have this capacity unless it is to the airport, so we walked down to the pier. The cruise was 2 hours and the director was very informative and entertaining. There are so ...
It was a 6am departure from the hotel for our 8.30am flight to New York. This 4 hour flight combined with the two hour time difference meant that we arrived at JFK airport at 2.30 pm. It took quite a while for our transfer to be organised and we ...
... Diner - the exterior was used for the diner in Seinfeld) and we had a bit of a wander around the Columbia Campus. The architecture is straight out of a Greek historical tour. Next was the Manhattan Children's Museum. This is a hands-on museum so Hannah was very happy. She crawled through intestines, made music by dancing through lasers and learnt about Japanese culture from Manga through to temple etiquette. I even got into making character ...
... to their family would feel to know that thousands of people are staring at their words. Some amazing bits survived - including a complete seatbelt - and we learned that it was mainly golf balls and keys that were found in the rubble. All around us are the foundations of the original towers and twisted metal and I do ask myself how the relatives of the people who perished there must feel about the museum being right on that spot. I think the two main differences since I ...