Verve Hotel, An Ascend Collection
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... go and watch Matilda. Our 'fancy' lunch today was... McDonalds :D After linch we still had quite a hit of time before the show... Which was great, 'cos in times square, there are many many superstores... So we went into M&M world and bought some cool cups, into the disney shop (which was a bit of a let down really..) and then it was time for our show... But not before a Ben and Jerry's ice cream to cool down - it was quite warm in times square! And so to Matilda. Due to ...
We took things down a notch and had a more relaxed day today. We headed down to the Chelsea district to visit what I think is New York's newest public park -The High Line. Created from a disused elevated freight train line, it gives a literal overview of Chelsea and surrounds. I read about it ages and ages ago so it was nice to finally be able to pay it a visit. After a quick stop in the Chelsea Apple Store (yes, of course we has to!), it was time for ...
... hit the town, we hit things off with a drink downstairs at our local, before scoping another speakeasy in the East Village. Angel's Share was accessed by going into a Japanese restaurant, going up the stairs and opening a random broom-closet-looking door. Hilarious. The cocktails there were amazing, most of them having a Japanese spin on them due to their location. By the time we left there, it was after 11pm so we knew the next spot would be where we were going to count down to 2013. ...
... The High Line began in 1999, and would continue doing so for the next several years. Since it has become such destination and attraction, the city is still looking to extend the High-Line even further. That was my second time on the High-Line--- I've had two different perspectives of it---- both during the day and at night--- what a skyline this city has. After the high-line walk- ...
Again we woke up early so we could make the most of our last morning in the city. We got up at 7 and got a lift to the subway. This time we got the subway to canal street, soho. Here there were lots of cheap shops and stalls with jewellery and clothes on. The further we then went up soho, there were more normal shops like h and m, urban outfitters, Hollister, etc. we spent the morning looking round the shops, and then grabbed some lunch. We then got the subway back to where we dropped ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting