Doubletree Hotel Chelsea New York City
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... Street, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Little Italy and Chinatown, Soho, Times Square and lots of little bits and pieces in-between. We went to a massive Macy's department store which was too overwhelming for me. There were so many departments and things to look at that I was happier sticking to the streets to do some shopping. We were so exhausted by the end of the day and happy to get back to the hotel to sleep. Adrian was eager to see Times Square at ...
... fabric one and looks like he's got jocks on his head and josh struggles to put the rubber one on. He's had it by now and refuses to wear it and doesn't want yo swim. Jack gets in, but last all of 3minutes then he's out and also wants to leave.
Returned the caps and headed back to hotel.
Had a quick bit of dinner which were home made chicken rolls then headed off for the metro to catch the train to Yankee stadium ...
... getting on the boat line. This takes ages. We finally board the boat and enjoy the quick trip out to Liberty Island. The view of the city landscape as the boat moves away from Manhattan is awesome.
We get to Liberty Island and ask about getting up to the crown. Unfortunately we are told that you had to prebook the tickets online and the usual wait is three months. So we are stuck with walking around the grounds only. After lunch where I was enticed by the crinkle fries, we ...
... are so polite nothing is ever to much bother.Streets clean and yellow cabs everywhere.
Huge buildings skyline mind boggling and all these years you have seen it on tv movies etc and now you are looking at it.
Shops in 5th avenue so different to ours, great to just wander in to them sales on so long cues to get ...
... I thought Jym would enjoy seeing it at night all lit up like you see on TV. But I think the crowds were not what he expected. I knew how bad it was and so I was not bothered but he didn’t last long. It’s sort of funny to me since I am usually the one who hates the crowds and prefers the solitude of nature. I thought Jym would really at the least find appreciation in the novelty of being there. He did not. He said “we should come ...