Colts Neck Inn Hotel
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NYC Swim represent the annual 28.5 Mile Manhattan Island Marathon Swim; a full counter-clockwise circumnavigation of the island of Manhattan.
4:30am, We met at pier 25 where Pat and his wife were already there. We met Amanda and a few others too.
Louise is Bryan's observer
Joe is the boat pilot
Rich is the Kayaker
At 5am Bryan got in the water, it was dark (quick minute to lighten the load - too much information ...
Onto the subway and across Central Park to the Neue Gallery to see the Gustav Klimt exhibition. They were pretty unreasonable with their security re water bottles and photography but we loved the picture of Adele Bloch-Bauer. Back on the bus to the Rockefeller Centre where we had some lunch and went through many hoops to get to the 67th floor. The view was stupendous and we had lots of fun with the cameras. By this time we were pretty tired but bravely ...
We caught the airport shuttle back to JFK airport, followed by the airtrain into Manhattan. Checked into the Wyndham Garden Hotel (93 Bowery) 10th floor - awesome view uptown straight towards Empire State Building, Chrysler Building etc. It's in the heart of Chinatown, 10mins walk to Little Italy. Breakfast at a little coffee shop called Gasoline Alley. If you want a ...
Tried the restaurant recommended by Bhavana and must say it was indeed a one stop place for everything one needs for a quick lunch. She said it is very crowded usually, but I did not get to see any crowd today- may be weekends had a role to play. The usual Naked blue berry drink was cheaper here but the salad ingredients turned out to be expensive. A good meal on a day while I planned to rest in the ...
... not the Rangers night and while they are quite high in the league (there are 30 teams) and Edmonston low, the Kunuks ran all over them. I said to the guy (don't know his name) Oh so the rangers should be flogging the Oilers then? And he said 'if flogging means beating them then the answer is yes!!! ' I really felt like a convict. If 'flogging' only a part of a convict nation's vernacular?
Anyway a fun night and Im really glad I got to go to the ...