Best Western Bar Harbour Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Park, as we walked in we spotted a few squirrels running around a tree so we got some crackers and fed them, they are so cute, jake calls them all jeff haha , so we fed the jeffs and the birds and then kept on walking the park is massive it takes hours to explore we found a massive tree where people hang photos of there dogs and cats that pass away, it made me cry allot , there was even a castle where we bought some gloves and had a lookout at top, it is filled with ...
... the recent snow still around in piles of ice etc.... We ended up with a pile of new shoes, clothes and watches but overall we probably wouldn't do this again, it was not really that cheap and given we're not really into labels (Gucci, Burberry etc...) not our thing. That said, we found a few places at the end of the day and needed to rush to get a bus at the latest time we could to get back ...
... to pounce on Kim at any moment to steal her food. The squirrel won and we had to walk off in shame!! The museum of Natural History was our final stop! I am aware this is a large entry for only three days, and they won't all be this long so don't be put off, but we managed to do a lot in the four and a half days we had in NY proven by our lack of energy we now have on our flight to Las Vegas. Well, we better get some shut eye so we are ready to embrace the next city that never ...
... theatre. There were so few cars (a huge contrast to daytime Broadway) that I thought the road must have been closed for some reason. We got off at W 72nd St and started walking back to the hotel. Took us a little while to realise we were going the wrong way and then a few more minutes to work out just which direction we should have been heading in. Eventually worked it out, with some help from a local, and had a drink in the bar to finish off the ...
... br> After we leave here, we go on down to Times Square (what a mad, mad place this is!) It is a crazily busy, frenetic buzzing place and I am fascinated by the difference between what I actually see and what is portrayed when you are waiting for the ball-drop on New Year's Eve. Pictures do not do justice to this place! If you come to NY, you definitely have to come to Times Square to suck in some of this energy. If there is such a thing as a Matrix, I imagine that this is one ...