BEST WESTERN The Garden Executive Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Business Services
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... and checked out the cheap broadway tickets. What to see, decisions decisions. After that we made our way to Central Park and sat on a bench in the sun. What a park. It is always good to be there. On our way back home we stopped in at McDonald's for dinner and gave our legs another well needed rest. When we finally got home we had walked over 20kms! A very productive day and a great start to our great big holiday! ps. mum you would love Central ...
... people to have to go through what they went through on September 11. It was such an eye opener to see all the little bits of memorabilia like train tickets and wallets and all different things that the clean up people found. They have done such an amazing job with the rebuilding of ground zero. We left WTC and headed for lunch. We found a place called chipotle. A Mexican bar and grill. We both ordered a burrito and it was out of this world. It tasted ...
... the price we paid BUT I must say it was worth every penny for our view. I will highly recommend this place to everyone. NYE in New York WOW we had a blast!!! It was amazing. The NYPD let us through to 10 meters from the ball drop. We flashed our Brooklyn diners passes as if they were passes into the sectioned off area. The atmosphere was electric. I can't actually believe we got to see the ball drop, confetti ...
... of cold entree styled courses. A salad, some seafood and a wonderful homage to the NYC delicatessen. The pastrami sandwich, so often seem as a massive sandwich with layers of pastrami and mustard on a fresh bread roll. This version was a petite piece of bread dotted with mustard and garlic and two exquisite pieces of pastrami in a heated pan. Added to this dish was a freshly made bottle of soda in an old style bottle matched to our originl ...
... we found ourselves in a 150 metre queue of mainly teenagers dressed for anything but church. But this was church, it was their church. It was Hillsong New York City in the Manhattan Centre.
It was loud, very loud - captivating three floors of young people. Many in Australia are aware of the Hillsong style and worship patterns. A hallmark of Hillsong New York appeared to be its ability to capture the minds and hearts of those attending, and there ...