Comfort Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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To the restaurant which I everyday see on Yelp, while deciding for lunch but always the one below in the list took precedence. This one on the 51st street had a small entrance but a large space inside. Had variety of options for both veggies and the 2 non-veggies in our group. Has a large Apple salad - was filled with green apple with some additional toppings of my ...
... Jim and Jimmy" (A Chinese man and a white man) going to various villages to eat/drink the local delicacies, ala Anthony Bourdain, I caught some sleep, waking up to American Hustle playing, along with one of the most spectacular views I've ever seen from a plane window. Then, mountains. . Once I had sufficiently gawked at this view, and taken pictures for about 10 different Chinese passengers, I returned to ...
My fist day of activities was a day I will never forget. I was in awe of the City, its so big there are skyscrapers on each side of the street, it's just like the movies. If you like the city life then this is the place to be.
My day started off with me calling another taxi to pick me up and take me to my first activity which was to Tour the High-line. Its a walk that has been set-up ...
... of the Trump Building all night. I thought maybe Trump himself was there, but no, it's Fashion Week here in New York so it's all the ladies".
We went on the Food on Foot Walking Tour - Soho, Little Italy and Chinatown at 12 noon with our Tour Leader Jaimie, who was originally from Pennsylvania and was a lot of fun. Walked through Soho and looked at all the architecture. Then down to Little Italy which ...
... from this hypnotic state, so he painted all sorts of numbers and lists of words and glued them to bed sheets. Boom - art. I was inspired. I need to pay attention more often in my day to day life and see what kind of cockamamie nonsense I can create, give some existential meaning to, and try to pass off as abstract art. Perhaps I will melt my favorite kind of ice cream, pour it into a clear glass container, and then seal it for eternity ...