Capri Whitestone Hotel
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... Each of us said our name and when our birthday was. Being the last person in line, when I said my name and birthday, I was blown away by how loud the cheering was. I could look out at the crowd and see all of the faces of the people I've met and I felt incredibly special.
Otherwise, I had a great birthday weekend! I babysat on Saturday night for two girls and got to read Harry Potter out loud and got paid for it! Can life get any better? Don't answer that.
... After the tour I walked back to hotel via Times Square and the place was so crowded at was impossible to walk at a steady pace. I can believe there is a population of about 20 million in NY. It seemed that most of them were in Manhattan??
On my return the girls showed off the bargains they purchased today then it was off to find some dinner. Big day. Downtown and Staten Island planned for ...
... Yorker already). The crab egg Benedict were amazing and Rhys tried his first regular egg Benedict with Canadian maple cured bacon. Breakfast is booked for tomorrow at the Plaza hotel amazing dining room - the Palm Court.
The morning was rounded off with a defective trip to St Patrick's Cathedral. They are doing a major renovation to both the exterior and interior, so the full splendour will not be ...
We packed up early and headed off to the airport after breakfast to return our hire car and catch our flight to New York. Waiting on crew to come in we had a slight delay then took off about 3/4 hour late. Arrived into La Guardia airport and inquired about a shuttle service to the hotel. As the wait was minimum 20-25 mins we decided to catch a cab - which in the long run was ...
... at about 10am (this is when they open). We then caught the subway across to the western side and walked the High Line from 12th Street to 31st Street. This western area used to be a meat processing area with an elevated train line which has now has a walkway and gardens, plus viewing areas down each street as you pass - the train ...