Days Inn Long Island City
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... and my parents had booked me into a nice hotel for a birthday/Christmas present I could have grown go-go-gadget arms, reached across the ocean and squeezed them. It was the good nights sleep and solitude that I needed so very much. Thank you Pookies! I checked in the day before my birthday and it was a lovely room. I walked in, dumped my stuff and took a running jump onto the bed. It was huuuuge! I ordered room service for breakfast on my day o' birth and ate it in bed in ...
... gifts whilst enjoying an afternoon tea. It felt a bit like being at home eating tea and scones and I can’t wait to go for one when I am back with Mum and Becs when we go wedding dress shopping (so excited!!!).
Thomas and Marcus instead headed downtown to Ground Zero. They were both really moved by the 9/11 Memorial site. Afterwards they walked through Wall Street (which everyone says they are massively underwhelmed by, ...
We wandered a bit more through Chinatown and across to the Tenement Museum and took a tour called the 'Sweatshop Workers'. Our tour guide was a young lad called Berto and ...
... they were a little pretentious with their hipster whiskey, but these guys know what they are talking about! I was so surprised that it was so good. We tasted the chocolate whiskey last. To make this they used left over husks from the cacao beans used by Mast Brothers, a Brooklyn craft chocolate maker that just happened to be my next stop, and infused their moonshine with it. This one was my favorite. It wasn't sweet but you could still taste the dark chocolate. It was ...
... and decided to grab some food and watch the waves and folks on the beach. There were a number of fast food vans by the ramp up so we were able to get some food and enjoy the sunshine.
After food (not sure which meal it actually was at this point) we went for a walk to the end of the Boardwalk. We would have dropped onto the beach to paddle in the Ocean but they were still charging $12 per person at 5pm to go down onto ...