BEST WESTERN PLUS Regency House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... s in search of flowers for Mom's vases in the living room. After striking out (again), we went to Walmart in search of some more travel necessities. Then we headed over to Applebee's (even though we weren't really hungry) and ate before actually making our way to the airport. I broke down for a moment realizing how far into the trip we were, but we were still able to enjoy our time together, as always. Once arriving at the ...
... and I’ve turned down work in the US for the remainder of the year… guess its happening!
Many people have asked if I was going to keep a blog, although hesitant about my ability to keep up with it and actually write anything that is interesting for my friends and family, I decided it would be a good idea. I am realistic that talking to everyone as often as I would like will be difficult with the 14-16 hour time difference. So, hopefully this blog can be ...
... across town via the subway (Tom is a genius at reading the subway map) to our food tour! Another fabulous guide took us on a tour through a melting pot of cuisines in the lower East side. We tried Chinese dumplings, 'ooey gooey' cupcakes, visited 'the Pickle Guy' (we skipped trying them!), tried flat bread... we got there a few minutes late so missed the first thing to eat - a dough and potato thing - we saw one and we weren't ...
... really strong and the love the support they give their local farmers. Not that i see a lot of farmland around here! I wonder where they come from? So back on the bus to the west side and the Chelsea market, part of the evolution of the city, they have converted the old Nabisco cookie factory into a trendy market of yummy and expensive things. And best of all Espresso Coffee! The highline (converted elevated train track into green walkway) also runs out the ...
... museum because the numbers inside are managed but it wasn't long before we were in as part of the 12.30pm admission. It cost US$24 each. The museum for most part is cavernous though the exhibition area where most of the exhibits are was tighter. And many hard to see with the number of visitors. Ang enjoyed it. Craig was out of the exhibition area 50 minutes before her, feeling that there was little that we hadn't seen on TV. As would be expected the most graphic ...