BEST WESTERN Fort Lee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... going for a run down Central Park West, disguising myself again, pretending I belonged to New York and that the city belonged to me. But perhaps my disguise was a little too perfect this time as, crossing over at 82nd Street, a large, obnoxious car nearly backed into me, even though the traffic light was clearly doing the glitzy 'walking man' sign. I only avoided injury by executing some very quick footwork to the side, sort of like a horse doing fancy ...
... and my parents had booked me into a nice hotel for a birthday/Christmas present I could have grown go-go-gadget arms, reached across the ocean and squeezed them. It was the good nights sleep and solitude that I needed so very much. Thank you Pookies! I checked in the day before my birthday and it was a lovely room. I walked in, dumped my stuff and took a running jump onto the bed. It was huuuuge! I ordered room service for breakfast on my day o' birth and ate it in bed in ...
... that was also very well designed and left us feeling a bit emotional! After this we decided to come back and have a quiet night in due to how late we got back last night. We got a falafel (me) and chicken platter (doug) from a street food vendor 2 mins from the apt we're staying in. We ate these back at the apt with some nice drinks we bought and we're now shattered in bed! Early night tonight methinks! Last full day in ny tomorrow! ...
... visited. I followed the directions told to me by a police officer (thanks Hannah!), but when I got there I thought this can't be Times Square! It probably didn't help that there wasn't as many people as I was anticipating, but it looked nothing like it does on TV or in my imagination. It's a shame, because I was very excited about seeing Times Square. I then decided to head to Rockerfeller Centre. I intended to go just for the view, but ended ...
... from the station at his end of the line. We found the station without any problem, and looked at the people just rushing through like maniacs - reminded us of London or Tokyo - and we saw where to check the board, where to buy the tickets, and where to line up. And got the timetable and general info. Bought a very welcome beer in the station, and had a nice chat with a lovely guy who was interesting and waiting for his train home ...