Best Western Woodbury Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... stuff and my grandpa and my dad went to look at an air conditioner in the Bank of America skyscraper, it was on the 35th floor! The rest of us decided to explore, so we ate ice cream, hamburgers and Mediterranean sandwiches. Next we went to the New York City Public Library- it was amazing! We saw the lions and the Gutenberg bible, as well as some other important stuff. The architecture was incredible! We took lots of pictures ...
... the Olympics. I waved a fist at the driver as he sped past. Once home, it was bedtime, but not before a final encounter over a hasty dinner. Just my luck to have a bright red face and sweaty hair when I fall into conversation with a devastatingly handsome Argentinean man. We got talking about tennis and the spectacular 2001 Wimbledon win of Goran Ivanisevic of all things. I find myself developing a healthy appreciation for the conversational randomness of this verbose ...
... which I am impressed about. I navigated my way to heaven... the cookware section, all I can say is I wanted everything. At 6pm we all met on the steps at times square and decided to go to our favourite restaurant the counter. This is where you can build your own burger/salad and it has the craziest milkshakes, including the Graceland, in this was peanut butter, banana, smoked bacon and vanilla ice cream, needless to say I understand how Elvis had a ...
... only to find the 100m queue all have tickets as well and we had queue jumped, oops!! Entering the cinema was probably the biggest shock for both of us, the screening was nothing to compare to the Vue back at home, The cinema was huge, with at least 500 people being able to fit in. Arriving early and queue jumping meant we chose a really good set mid way up before the hundreds filed in to the sold out screening. A little bit baffled and bewildered we got talking to ...
... York should allow, if possible, at least half a day to visit both the memorial pools and the museum with its moving exhibits, as both have been done so incredibly well.
Witnessing both seems to draw you back into that recent moment in history that changed and continues to impact in so many ways on all our lives!
Going to NYC means many Manhattan moments - that's New York - that's the Big ...