Best Western Bar Harbour Inn
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... and stood in the road to flag down a yellow cab. Gave him $5. Then it was a slow ride through traffic. The driver was African and very interested in NZ. Gave him $5 on top of the $10 fare. Penn Station was huge !!! Pushed my bag for miles to the information booth ( which was closed !! ) onto the next info booth, where I was sent back to find a Red Cap station ( assistance helpers ). Then they sent me to the first class Red Cap station. Asked ...
... go wild water rafting and also go up he CN Tower in Canada and the money from Gemma has gone towards a comedy show and meal in Chicago. THANK YOU!!!!!! We ended our day by having a meal together at a restaurant called *****. It's a place where the waiting staff purposefully but humorously treat you like *****. They made us wear paper hats with rude comments hand written on them and they basically took the **** ...
... out the back. Walked home (3rd to 46th) and finished the night and started my USA birthday with a martini on the rooftop. Beautiful bouquet of flowers and chocolates delivered to the hotel in the morning - thanks so much everyone - amazingly spoilt by my friends. This is on top of the fantastic birthday fund that the crew have organised and has been executed by Di and Brian. So onto spending ...
... d been in the studio audience) via a few more slices of Bleecker Street Pizza. Somehow we managed to get on the wrong train and ended up missing it (it may have been the beer). Fortunately, where we ended up was near the tramway (cable car) to Roosevelt Island which we hopped on just for the experience. It gave us a great view of Manhattan that neither of us had seen before. It is a quick walk from the cable ...
... in stone and wood and have some
appeal to me as single pieces in open space or as focal points in a room or
garden. Compared to many of New York’s other museums, though, the Noguchi
Museum is quite small.
Being in Astoria I decided I had to have some Greek food for
lunch and found a Cypriot restaurant on Broadway. As far as I can tell the Cypriot
food on the menu did not look very different from other Greek food, but I chose