Hotel East Houston
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> Afternoon highlight was broadway show - the lion King - WOW!!! Quality performance all around and the kids LOVED every moment.
Early evening - dinner in room (get little kitchenette that allows us to stock up and make basic meals)
I think we are almost there in terms of over-coming the jet-lag - nicely adjusted to North American time zone..
... if we tipped $1 each for every time we hop off it would cost us more than the initial ticket was… there are over 60 stops.
We went over Brooklyn Bridge; it was probably one and a half kilometres long. Off the bus, our mission was to find world headquarters of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Problem is our map wasn’t very good. Not to worry, the building had a big sign. It was interesting to see the history of the organization. We went on a ...
... I asked him if he could send an email for me to the host which he did and luckily the host replied that he got the message. Told him we should be there around 6 pm. We reached the bus stop at 5:30 pm, so it was a 5 hour journey altogether. Joe & I both thought there was suppose to be 2 New York stops but everybody got off and there was a line of people waiting to get on as the bus was then going to Boston, so we collected our bags and started ...
... we finished the loop with another quick look through Chinatown and finished at the stop where we bgan. After rejoining the Downtown Loop, we continued our journey along the lower eastside, past where the downtown fish market was, the United Nations Building, the Rockefeller Centre and Central Park. Given it was lunchtime and we were hungry, we stopped to eat a quick snack on the edge of Central Park. Mum braved a hotdog, while I opted for a super sized pretzel. After continuing ...
... to American Ballet Theatre and the New York Philharmonic. The ABT theatre holds 2672 in its audience, and the Met Opera house holding 4000 (although I didn't get to see that house). After the tour concluded, I went to the Juilliard school to pick up school information then got a cab over to the New York Public Library (home to plenty of books and the famous Carrie Bradshaw wedding scene). It was closed for the day but I took a few photos at the front and walked ...