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Travel Blogs from Bronx
... What a stadium! It felt modern day coliseum like with its grand architecture - it's not that old though. The concourse was lined with enormous tributes to their past greats whose numbers are permanently retired in their honour. Their greatest and most well known, no. 3, Babe Ruth, referred to as the 'Bambino' (remember that for a future post), is everywhere. After some 'star spangled banner' action the game commenced. I won't bore anyone with the details. ...
... anyway. So now we know about the A-train... When they say express, they mean it! We took a stroll across Central Park, from Central Park West over to the East side, through the Shakespeare Garden, and past plenty of squirrels, that I could have just sat and watched for hours. Having crossed the park it was time for a little culture, at the Guggenheim Museum. I was a bit surprised - it's way smaller than I thought it would be. I pictured it as some kind of ...
... with Shae and Ivan, which is our only quiet day of the NYC leg, for dinner so looking forward to that. Ivan and Adans and here to do a night club performance for a few weeks. Pretty amazing life style.
As our time here comes to an end, we collect our hire car and drive to Boston on Saturday, the scene of that terrible bombing at the Boston Marathon, I have found the New Yorkers friendly helpful and on the main polite. The city is spectacular as you would imagine. To sum up, ...
... get a bus. But we followed the sea of people and luggage and saw a bus jam packed full which was about to leave. With less than 2 hours until our scheduled departure, we yelled at everyone to squash in as we HAD to get on that bus. I have no idea how we managed to get our four suitcases on that bus, which was already bursting at the seams, but we did. We asked an airport employee whether it would be quicker to catch a cab and he told us the cabs would not take us between terminals, the ...
... settling in it was time for a meal so we took Michaels advice and sought out a nearby Latin, El Caridad where Edith was our waiter. Lovely meal, way too much and very reasonably priced. With a big hug after introductions as the new arrivals we left with enough leftovers for another meal. Not familiar with the heating we slept well but both suffered from ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility