BEST WESTERN PLUS Fairfield Executive Inn
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... balto which reminded me of watching the movie with jade as a kid, and jake loved the Alice in wonderland sculpture , we visited Central Park zoo where they had some cheeky sea lions playing around, some beautiful tropical birds and reptiles and a snow leopard and her 6 month old baby, it's a really small zoo but it's nice they have a petting zoo as well where I fed some goats , we then walked around for a while longer and then went to get changed and go see a movie. ...
... for the Brooklyn Nets game at 7.30. The easy 1 hr bus ride down turned into a long 2.5 hr trip home in traffic, then the subway home to get the tickets and another subway over to Brooklyn for the game. The subway trip was very up close and personal, one lady commenting that at least we won't fall over with the jolting of the train :). The Barclays Centre is right on top of the subway ...
It's a beautiful day today, and we head off to explore Central Park. My legs are still a bit stiff and sore but better than yesterday. We decide to hire bikes for the day, so we walk up Broadway towards Central Park to pick them up. We hire our bikes and head off, not really knowing any of the road rules, but there are bike lanes on every street. We start riding up broadway and than realise it's a one way street and ...
Gym, eggs for breakfast, walking. A lot. Headed up to the lower east side and The Frick. 40 block walk... Tall buildings, NY farmer market, mad cab ride down to Soho for lunch. There seems to be no speed limit in Manhattan...except, of course, half the time you are stationary...but the other half, when you can move, you move at breakneck speed. Honking horns. Every possible wail that exists exists on NY fire trucks and ...
... Subway to High St Brooklyn for our walk back from Brooklyn to Manhattan across the Brooklyn Bridge. We found a diner for lunch in the Tribecca area. The food was great, however it was hot and stuffy inside. I shared steak Fajita with Peter.
We caught the Subway back to Columbus Circle. Fiona & Bezzy got off the subway at 34th St to shop at Macy's Department Store.
Peter and I then caught the Hop On Hop Off bus to Stop 31/1 (Tomb ...