Clinton Inn Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Today we didn't do too much, we went to and Australian pub just up the road from our hotel which was pretty cool to get a bit of that atmosphere again. After that Hannah went to a Broadway show that I didn't want to go to so I went to Times Square and did a little bit of shopping although it was raining pretty badly so I didn't hang around too long before ...
... across Central Park to Luke's Upper West Side location. It was a little hole in the wall place but well worth the trouble. $16 lobster roll in a classic New England style hot dog bun. Probably not the best I've ever had, but easily top 100 :) After lunch we headed off to the American Museum of Natural History - the setting for Night at the Museum. Lots of ...
... than us. It seems the bus company also have another stop around the corner that they use now so once we established that we just made the last bus for Brooklyn. We 're now on a pretty tight schedule as we are going to the musical Gigi tonight (remember this is still yesterday, not to be confused with tonight tonight.) The tour guide was a born & bred Brooklynite who couldn't understand why anyone would want to go to New York when there's Brooklyn. Came on a bit strong for ...
... has an eary feel to it, the room is boiling with two metal spring beds, with a window at one end! It feels slightly prison like... Luckily though it's just me and soph in a two bed room. Not wanting to spend a lot of time in our room and starving we headed out for tea.... We headed along the street which had loads of pretty restaurants ... I think I'm going to prefer Boston to ...
I headed for Central Park today. Their were a lot more tourists than they show in the films though... Whilst in Central Park, I found this small brass band playing A nightingale sang in Barclay sq which I love and seemed perfect because it made me think of my beautiful friend Joni Talks whose version of the song is the best one you will ever hear. So I sat and thought of Joni for a while and then coincidently they did Maria next, which is a song when I hear I think of her ...