Crosby Street Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 1930-1939. Stop one was the observation deck on the 70th storey (260m) of the GE building (nicknamed 30 Rock) which is home to the NBC television network headquarters (Saturday Night Live and the Today Show are filmed here). There are a couple of advantages to going up this observation deck as opposed to the Empire State Building. There is usually less of a queue, you can see the Empire State Building and it has a great view of Central Park especially if ...
... tasty; a nice balance of ham, not too much bechamel sauce and a hearty portion of cheese.
After lunch I walked down to the 9/11 Memorial and Museum. I didn’t buy tickets ahead of time, as I had checked for a few days prior and did not see any evidence of times being sold out, so I took my chances. It turned out to be fine—I arrived a little after noon and was able to get 12:30pm tickets. The line to get in moved rather slowly but eventually I was inside. ...
... the top, and we could see the Empire State Building from there. In the evening we took a horse and carriage ride through Central Park. It was $70 for about 35 minutes, and it was a nice relaxing ride. The kids got to feed a carrot to the horse before we left. Being our last night, we had a few more things we needed to do ie head to M&M World!!!! There were 3 levels inside M&M World. It was awesome!!! There were M&Ms in every colour imaginable, M&M ...
... is that it was not good, not good at all, and had it not been their leaving party I would not have so willingly obliged.
On Sunday Thomas and I walked off our sore heads by taking a trip around Central Park. It is amazing how green the park is now. Every time we go up there it seems to be greener and greener, it’s really beautiful. We watched some teams playing Baseball for a bit and then wandered down to Bethesda fountain ...
... patiently awaiting the opening. At noon a staff member opened the door to parties with reservations and those not waiting on anyone. As we did not fulfill either of these requirements, we put our name on a list and ordered mimosas from the Aussie bartender. Sometime later the same staff member who opened the doors approached us with a request; she had two tables that would adequately seat six and there happened to be another party awaiting their third guest. We gladly ...