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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... walk across the Williamsburg Bridge with cars and subway trains...the view of Manhattan breath taking.
The Bowery, then Soho and passed Paul Giamatti on Wooster...he was muttering to himself...probably learning lines. A pretty decent star spot.
Evening was a Times Square movie with G and a FroYo on the way home...
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... banner waving in the wind.....I turned to the nearest police officer and said...'excuse me, but....is that President Obama?' she looked at me with a big beaming smile and said, 'it sure is, Miss'. The crowds of people exploded with great cheers, shouts of joy and massive applaud was given as he went on by. It was quite special really, and so great to see a nation adore their president. I think he may have winked at me as he passed by, but I can't be sure as ...
... was a breeze everyone was helpful and pointed me in the right direction.
I then made my way over to the baggage claim and grabbed my bag before heading out into the big city of New York to catch a taxi to my Hotel. As soon as I held out my hand to call for a taxi, instantly a taxi was right in front of me. He helped me with my bags and asked me where I wanted to go. We were off he pointed ...
'No, it's too small.' Was Rachael's reaction when we had reserved a 'full size' pick up truck and they presented us with a Nissan tonka toy. So that's how we ended up with our beast of a Ram. Thank you Rachael for your deadpan and pause! We had no idea where we were heading so we just looked at a map (which are now almost obsolete thanks to Sat Nav....as are 40s to Rachael's disgust, but that's another story), ...
Staying in Harlem was great. It had a great feel, and we soon found our local coffee shop 'Home Sweet Harlem'. When we first arrived we weren't sure how safe Harlem was, but looking past the harsh exterior, people seemed very warm and we stayed street wise.
Being in such a huge and iconic city on a budget of £75 between us a day (including travel, accommodation and food etc.) we thought would ...