Crowne Plaza Hotel Englewood
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... run down boarded up store fronts to chic wood panelled boutique stores in the space of ten metres.
Brunch was yum, Mardi had oysters and a steak sandwich, I had squid and a burger.
After lunch we walked to Chelsea markets, which is located in an old factory building on 16th street and Eighth avenue. It is also directly opposite Google's NYC headquarters, which is also an ...
... got faster again. It was such a great feeling finally entering Central Park, knowing I was so close, I pushed all the way, even though I wanted to stop, and than I've only got 500 meters to go, around the corner and wow what a magnificent site, it's the finish line. I did it. I finished my first ever marathon, and in under 5 hours. Amazing. But it wasn't over yet, we had to keep moving we were ushered forward, we now had a long walk ahead of us. All the marathon ...
... the group had all members together for 16 years and they were quite emotional working together. Chrissie McVie was back and despite all being late sixties and early seventies they gave a memorable performance over two and a half hours. We have the subway under control and use it multiple times each day at $2-50 per trip. Uptown,downtown,red,blue,green lines we know it all. Weather has been good with the odd shower overtaken by sunny days. We are also on top of ...
... The Lion King. He said he could get us tickets through his broker. After some discussion we decided to do the uptown tour this morning and then see a matinee of Lion King this afternoon and then the night tour. He got us what he called "Mid-Mezz" tickets for $348. The face value of the tickets was $99each. He told us to walk 2 blocks down to Columbus Square to catch the Big Bus.
So we walked to Colombus Square but couldn't find the ...
... crowded city feel like an ants nest of scurring people all walking in a line up streets and avenues. We were in search of theatres and theatre tickets but our search was put on hold by a hungry Samuel. So to Shake Shack we went, excited to try this franchise. Then we saw the line, so long and in the direct sun. But Tom was determined, so the back of the line was our place. Fortunately it moved quickly and we ordered our food, only to find the seating ...