Clinton Inn Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... is only for lunch. So from there, we proceeded to have the most exquisite (and expensive) steaks because there was already no turning back. The rest of the night was fairly relaxed as we just caught up at the dinner table for a long diner, and then back at the hotel over a few beers. The next morning, we grabbed breakfast at Ess-a bagel for a classic New York style bagel. We then took the train to the 9-11 memorial and checked out the new ...
... is much better at night. We Went into m&m world. 3 floors of m&ms and gifts. $58 later, a lot of m&ms :). Did a little more shopping in Times Square. At 1am decided to have a snack and call it a day. Tomorrow definitely a sleep in. Let's hope.... Agenda tomorrow, nothing really planned except for New Year's Eve dinner at Brooklyn diner. Maybe Brooklyn bridge.. Happy new year everyone. ...
... An amazing engineering feat given the library is over 100 years old.
After we finished at the library we walked to the Rockefeller centre to look at the tree and venture to the top to check out the view. The weather was perfect and the view would be spectacular. But wow. The crowd around the tree was insurmountable. Normally a wide thoroughfare between a couple of the buildings allows for easy access, but today not so. The crowd was a seething ...
... into service 5 different times. She was finally retired permanently after the Viet Nam War. Instead of heading for the scrap heap, she became an air and space museum. Veterans were employed creating and running the museum. Any profits from the museum are used to support veteran programs. Having arrived at Pier 90, our home for the next two days, we began our New York adventure. Monday was the "Hop On, Hop Off" tour on the Big Bus. Although the tour really began at the ...
... quickly and it doesn't help it when on the second time when they shout the same statement louder. And again on the third. Into Times Square to the Hotel, good location and a safe haven, quiet and predictable.
We launched into the city after our 10 hour flight, feeling weary but knowing it was important to keep moving. We walked up town to Central Park ...