Best Western Woodbury Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... me company! The concert starts at 8pm, with a kid-friendly pre-show at 7. That gives us plenty of time for more siteseeing. Today's agenda: Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty! Our hotel has a great view of Empire State, as its just a couple of blocks south. We've pre-purchased tickets and hope to be there right when it opens at 8am. After that, we'll hop the subway down to Battery Park for a quick lunch before taking ...
... herself in their shoe department. Thank god they had a place for me to sit down. Once we left we made our way to Blue Water Grille located in Union square. I probably did not recognize any but this is the place there would have been stars. It was outstanding. Something out of a movie. Finally we took a taxi back to the hotel. Time to ...
... more of a polar opposite. All the shops were open (what?!) and the streets were FILLED with people! And not a busy Saturday afternoon shopping kind of busy but the there's-too-many-people-at-this-gig kind of busy where there are people pressed up against you on all sides and you kind of have to shuffle along as one unit. That is, until some wally decides to just STOP in front of you or do something else equally stupid that causes you to swallow the stupid person induced ...
... Italy and Chinatown. It was amazing how different it was walking round one corner in little Italy and turning and finding yourself in China! Some of the food on the side of the street was bizarre to look at, including a bucket of live frogs! We then had a look at the courthouses and made our way towards the 911 memorial area. Seeing the freedom tower in person is really quite a sight, and the sense of what had happened in the area in 2001 was ...
... market called Smorgasburg where you could buy any of a hundred different plates to eat for lunch! Delicious and found a tree with shade to get out of 33 degree heat and 100% humidity (it felt like it)!. Caught Metro to Guggenheim Museum- some lovely paintings by Matise, Degas, Van Gogh, Manet, Renoir, etc beautiful but half of Museum was closed because an exhibition ...