Best Western Woodbury Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... bridge, again good for photo opportunities, and we were also able to see the New York skyline at a distance. The city is just so incredibly tall. Pictures do not do it justice. Brooklyn was such a beautiful borough. I had no idea just how pretty it was. The streets are so quaint with large steps leading up to their houses, loads of tres, cobbled streets and really interesting doors. It was such a lovely, relaxing place to be. We ...
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore, Dream, Discover”. Mark Twain
Back to the US but FIRST……
After an easy flight from London to New York we arrived at JFK airport without incident. We were planning to spend a few days with a former colleague of Susan’s ...
... the Chrysler building and since it was Aaron's birthday we also went to the NBA store. On our way back to the hotel to get changed for lunch we had our first celebrity sighting and caught Rick Ross outside Def Jam HQ. To be honest, I had no idea who this person was but Aaron saw him straight away and was able to get a picture. Apparently he's quite big in the music world and after an explanation or two I realised I might know a couple of songs he was ...
... and the creative half while David was the business man. Fascinating to earwig them as they conducted their business over the phone all the way to New York. The journey was smooth. I was surprised both by how much wilderness still existed in the North East corridor and, in Baltimore and Philadelphia, the areas of absolute urban desolation with half ruined buildings cheek by jowl with inhabited homes. The train was just a few minutes late into Penn Station while Tom's plane ...
... moving . We got back to the hotel about 5pm. The girls went to get their hair done and Craig did the hand washing and blog. The three if us headed to dinner at 8pm. The temperature was 20'. We are assured its unusually mild for this time of year. A friend if Ang's in NZ had recommended a place on Broadway not far from our hotel - Broadway extends the length of Manhattan. It's called Ellen Stardust diner and it's twist is that the 10 waiting staff working the evenings are ...