BEST WESTERN PLUS Brooklyn Bay Hotel
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Rest day....walked in Central Park! Bought breakfast from the local market place and ate it in the park. Went shopping to Fifth Avenue - many designer stores Bought lunch off a street cart - a tasty chicken Biriyani served with salad and chillie sauce. Rested for about an hour and in the evening we went ...
Today New York! We sailed in early in the morning so we being on the starboard side had from our balcony the view of Manhattan skyline to greet us, we sailed under Verrazano bridge into New York bay and past Battery point and the former World Trade Center site and could see the Empire State Building in the background, we docked in Manhattan at Pier 88 next to the retired aircraft carrier Intrepid which has been turned into a museum, the deck was lined with old aircraft and also on the ...
... on my phone to take me back to my sweet SOHO crash pad.
I've met a middle eastern guy who's been in New York for 3 weeks on a work trip, where he showered me in French Martini's, fed me to the eyeballs, and got angry at me when I went to get my wallet out. Gold digger moment, right there.
I've had lunch with my friend Richard via ...
... a historically renowned pizza and <i>spumoni</i> restaurant on 86<sup>th</sup> Street in Brooklyn. Once a popular mafia and Rat Pack haunt, L&B serves up an array of classic Italian dishes. For a square of their infamous Sicilian pie, customers wait in line until someone squabbles "How many?" through the window from their efficient production line. The slices are a simple, yet ...
... went for the best steak ever at Ruth’s Chris, such a treat!!
On Monday Jack and Juliet headed down to Ground Zero and in the evening we went to Madison Square Gardens for the BNP Paribas Showdown, one of several exhibitions on World Tennis Day. We met Gemma and Rich for a drink beforehand at Lucy Cantina’s Royale, a bar right next to MSG. Armed with popcorn (thanks Juliet!) we sat down to watch the first match, the Bryan brothers ...