BEST WESTERN PLUS Regency House Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... some tshirts on the way and then
reached the intersection where we turned around 360 degrees and took
a bunch of photos. The kids thought posing here was so touristy but I
pointed out the multiple other groups of tourists doing the same
Right at Times Square is a huge Toys R
Us, so we went in for Kaitlin mainy. A large Ferris Wheel is in the
centre which was fun to watch and the air conditioning was great, the
start of much needed ...
... at 23rd Street, swimmers watch for float planes taking off and landing. The planes dock at the marina near the "Gulf" sign.
The swimmers continue up the East River through the west channel (Manhattan side), passing by Roosevelt Island. Swimmers are advised to keep to the Manhattan side of the Channel throughout the entire East River.
Second Leg - The Harlem River: Swimmers then head towards the leftmost stanchion on the footbridge at ...
... She worked in tower 2 however was not there on the day for whatever reason. She instead worked on the relief effort and assisted the workers who dug through the rubble. Brooklyn Bridge was lovely though. I mean it's just a bridge but it was nice to walk down. We went to an SNL exhibition after that. I found it boring but it was ok at ...
... back for our lunch at Jean Georges restaurant at Trump Towers. We had a beautiful three course lunch. Caught the subway down to the 911 Memorial and that was it for the day. Very sore feet from walking. May 6 - Caught the Subway down to 14th St. And walked along the High Line. It's a disused elevated freight railway line which has been turned into a walking park. From there we walked around Chelsea Market and Greenwich Village and then caught the train back up to 77th ...
After breakfast at our usual diner we took the A line express subway from 14th St to Harlem for our tour of the neighbourhood. We met our group at the corner of 125th St and St Nicholas Ave then made our way to St Luke's Baptist Church. Neither of us a religious but this was a great experience. The people here are truly passionate when celebrating their faith. The guest pastor gave a powerful full blooded sermon and the songs and music were awesome.