BEST WESTERN PLUS Regency House Hotel
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... a mini Space Shuttle Enterprise view screen controls. You could see the Space Shuttle you controlled flying around inside the Pavillon based where you pointed your phone, including at who ;-) After fully exploring Enterprise it was time to check out the Intrepid's Bridge, another short step ladder climb. I guess having previously toured the USS Missouri in Pearl Harbour, it was familiar, but different and obviously on a different scale being a larger ship. Again, well ...
... cold, lots of people were packed into the lobby between the museum shop and cafeteria. Plenty of outdoor seating, but minimal indoors - silly. Ellis island was also interesting - another self guided audio tour that explained the processes of immigration and grading of immigrants via the tests they underwent. Unfortunately Hurricane Sandy had also caused some damage to the museum and some of the artifacts, so a couple of museum areas were closed, but ...
... had a beautiful view overlooking the East River, and the New York skyline. The long walk was rewarded with an amazing view back onto the New York skyline. Determined to tick off the clichéd touristy bucket list, I decided to check out Broadway. Apparently, there’s more than one Broadway in New York, as I discovered wandering around hopelessly lost the night before. I feel there’s a good reality TV show in this, ‘looking for ...
... railway lines. An amazing walk wending its way through skyscrapers and residential buildings along 9th and 10th avenues up to 34th street. An interesting walk passing hawkers, a wedding, art works, sculptures and graffiti.
At the end of the walk we were pretty tired and cold and sat in a quaint coffee shop for an hour and had a hot chocolate. The shop, off 10th avenue and 36th street was one of those little gems. ...
... paninis with a small matzoh ball soup. So ridiculously good & a great time. We walked back to Central Park West & stayed on the street until 72nd so we could look at all the beautiful apartment buildings including The Dakota (which unfortunately being renovated so was all covered). Back into the park at Strawberry Fields - guy playing Imagine relentlessly which made me want to shoot him) heading for the Bethesda Fountain. The Bethesda Angel and Terrace are ...