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... brothers and Sophie Lyons joined us and we all sat around listening to live music and chilling out. Around 8pm we left there and walked the high line all the way to the standard hotel. The high line used to be an old railroad track which has been converted into a pedestrian walkway. As we were walking along we noticed a huge mural on the side of one of the buildings. I nudged Marcus and go who's that lad pointing at the ...
Good-bye Washington. Geoff feels like he can identify all the places in House of Cards now! Got ourselves booked on a cheap bus Washington to New York. Cheap coz there are no frills. We had booked online and expected to get a 10:00 am bus. We got there early enough to get on the bus about 9:30 from the main car park of UNION station. We had to wait in line to make sure we got on but that was OK. The trip was pretty ...
... inch along. It was interesting,though, seeing all the bridges we went past - the Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Williamsburg, while the thunder and lightning raged overhead. It took a long time to reach the bridge to Long Island City - the Queensborough Bridge, or Ed Koch Bridge, or the 59th Street Bridge - pick your name! Thankfully our Z Hotel NYC is very close to the bridge. We freshened up and went to dinner in the hotel restaurant.
... In fact it was so hot that we didn’t even need to have coats on. I left Katie and John to enjoy the sunshine walking through Central Park up to the Guggenheim and we all met back in the flat for a dinner of sushi. That night Katie and John went to watch the Rockettes Christmas Show at Radio City Hall. We didn’t go with them as we are going to watch it in a couple of weeks when Mum and Dad are out. I’m ...
... crime, etc. and we saw many cars double parked and stripped. But our entrance, again on a Sunday morning, was really nice and easy, and no stripped cars. It was sunny, cool and windy. And although we were not able to get our room when we arrived, we talked with the concierge and got hop on/hop off tickets, tickets to the Statue of Liberty (a must for Steve), and tickets to "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder," Tony Award winner for best ...
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