Doubletree Hotel New York City-Financial District
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... a few minutes, then served a few balls into the Hello Deli window until it broke...lol. The show airs tomorrow, so watch it, and look for us in the front row of the crowd. Dave hit me with a tennis ball....my life is now complete :)
Walked down to Times Square to sight see, people watch and find a restaurant. Soooo busy...wall to wall people - have to get used to pushing through ...
... to Rockefeller Center to take some photos before getting the F train to Broadway/Lafayette so I could transfer to the 6 at Bleecker to Brooklyn Bridge. It started to rain but luckily I had my umbrella with me for the walk down to Front Street for dinner. Dinner tonight I dined early at Cowgirl Seahorse which is located in lower Manhattan on the East side not far from South Street Seaport. I wanted to eat fairly close to the seaport area since I planned on taking an evening cruise ...
... trip before heading to the UK.
The original trip I was eyeing was flying SFO-ICN, then going to Hong Kong before heading to London to accomplish my first around the world trip. However during the week before, the SFO-ICN flights went from wide open to overbooked. The next trip I eyed was flying into Venice, spending a day there, then going to Vienna, Budapest, Prague, and Brussels before ending up in London.
The Venice option was looking ...
... expecting one thing and getting something that looks completely different but usually tastes good. An open sandwich ended up being 3 small crust style prices of bread with my choice of filling on top with potato chips on the side - yep potato chips not hot chips (different) Well rested it's time to negotiate the subway again up to the Rockerfeller Centre. We booked our time at the "Top of the Rock" and as there was about an hours wait we filled ...
... trend going. We had late dinner reservations in Greenwich Village, so our new itinerary was to make our way back to East Village while intermittently exploring bars and pubs of each neighborhood along the way. We enjoyed another glass of rosť at Serafina in the Meatpacking district, where our open window seat afforded us a wide view of the bustling intersection of 9th Avenue. From there we hopped on the subway back to East Village. Not surprisingly I was beginning ...