BEST WESTERN PLUS Morristown Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We made arrangements to meet Bob for lunch followed by a behind the scenese tour of the Woolworth building. The day greeted us cold and wet, so we didn't do anything before heading to City Hall park to meet Bob.
When we caught up Bob took us for a walk around the World Trade Centre precinct and across to the new Hudson Eats. A really cool eatery with some great food and views of the Hudson River. We popped into Bob's daughters place and said hi to Cari. Grabbed an umbrella ...
... in little old England.
It was time to take one last bite and to fit in a few more experiences. I gave breakfast a miss and left the hotel shortly after 7 and got down to the subway with a map and my $2.75 for a single fare cos now I'm almost and expert. I traveled to Cathedral Park Way on 110th which is at the North Western corner of Central Park, my hotel being a couple of block South of the park. I went for a walk in the park with the ...
... was fabbylus, Top of the Rock, Public library (amazing place), Grand Central Station, Chrysler Building - we did all of this in one morning! Our eyes and brains are working overtime to take everything in and process it. There is so much to see. As well as the obvious (buildings etc), we are taking in smells, tastes, sounds, lifestyle, signs and rules, people, culture, attitudes, a whole myriad of ...
The morning brought distinctly British weather; cloudy, drizzly and even a faint chill in the air. Forecast was for plenty more rain, a warning a blindly ignored as I put on a t-shirt, shorts and sunglasses.
Times Square and Empire State Building were first up this morning. We exited the subway to a total shock of the senses. Bright lights beaming out huge adverts on skyscrapers several hundred feet in the air. The excited babbling ...
... piece of lasagna I have ever had. If you guys are ever in New York, I would totally recommend going there and asking for their specials. Trust your waiter; he has the best interests of your taste buds at heart.
We rolled back to the hotel after lunch so that we could take a nap before our Broadway show started at eight. It turned out to be a good idea because the show lasted quite a long time, and we were very tired by the end of it.
The show was ...